Characterization of multi-Frobenius non-classical plane curves and construction of complete plane (N, d)-arcs
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This work is composed of two independent parts, both addressing problems related to algebraic curves over finite fields. In the first part, we characterize all irreducible plane curves defined over Fq which are Frobenius non-classical for different powers of q. Such characterization gives rise to many previously unknown curves which turn out to have some interesting properties. For instance, for n [greater-than or equal to] 3 a curve which is both q- and qn-Frobenius non-classical will have its number of Fqn-rational points attaining the Stöhr-Voloch bound. In the second part, we study the arc property of several plane curves and present new complete (N, d)-arcs in PG(2, q). Some of these arcs (viewed as linear (N, 3,N - d)-codes) are just a small constant away from the Griesmer bound and for some small values of q the bound is achieved. In addition, this part also answers a question of Voloch about the arc property of a certain family of curves with many rational points, and another question of Giulietti et al about the arc property of q-Frobenius non-classical plane curves.
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