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Download E-books Fast Software Encryption: Cambridge Security Workshop Cambridge, U. K., December 9–11,1993 Proceedings PDF

By James L. Massey (auth.), Ross Anderson (eds.)

This quantity includes the refereed papers provided on the foreign Workshop on software program Encryption Algorithms, held at Cambridge collage, U.K. in December 1993.
The choice of papers via representatives of all appropriate learn facilities offers an intensive state of the art record on all theoretical features of encryption algorithms and takes under consideration the recent calls for from new purposes, as for instance from the data-intensive multimedia purposes. The 26 papers are prepared in sections on block ciphers, circulation ciphers, software program functionality, cryptanalysis, hash services and hybrid ciphers, and randomness and nonlinearity.

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