7 edition of Pseudorandomness and cryptographic applications found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -219) and index.
|Series||Princeton computer science notes|
|LC Classifications||QA298 .L83 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 234 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||96130688|
Cryptography is one of the most active areas in current mathematics research and applications. This book focuses on cryptography along with two related areas: the study of probabilistic proof systems, and the theory of computational pseudorandomness. Following Price: $ Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume ) Log in to check access. Buy eBook. USD Cryptographic Schemes Based on Number Theory. Applications and Implementations. Faster Modular Multiplication by Operand Scaling. Colin D. Walter.
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Pseudorandomness and Cryptographic Applications, by Michael Luby, presents the mathematical underpinnings of one-way hash functions, Pseudorandomness and cryptographic applications book can be used to implement pseudorandom number generators.
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The first half of the book shows how to construct a pseudorandom generator from any one-way function. Building on this, the second half of the book shows how to construct other useful cryptographic primitives, such as private key cryptosystems, pseudorandom function generators, pseudorandom permutation generators, digital signature schemes, bit commitment protocols, and zero-knowledge.
Pseudorandomness and Cryptographic Applications Book Description: A pseudorandom generator is an easy-to-compute function that stretches a short random string into a much longer string that "looks" just like a random string to any efficient adversary.
Pseudorandomness and cryptographic applications. [Michael George Luby] -- "A pseudorandom generator is an easy-to-compute function that stretches a short random string into a much longer string that "looks" just like a random string to any efficient adversary.
Quantum nature of light and chaos theory helped the cryptographic researchers to improve the security of many application systems.
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This is a survey of pseudorandomness, the theory of efficiently generating objects that "look random" despite being constructed using little or no randomness. This theory has significance for a number of areas in computer science and mathematics, including computational complexity, algorithms, cryptography, combinatorics, communications, and.
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Lecture 3 35 Definition of a weak one-way function. Reduction from a weak one-way function to a one-way function. More efficient security preserving reductions from a weak one-way permutation to a one-way permutation; Lecture 4 49 Proof that the discrete log problem is either a one-way permutation or.
Cryptographic Applications of Analytic Number Theory: Complexity Lower Bounds and Pseudorandomness (Progress in Computer Science and Applied Logic) Pdf Kindle Free Download.
The book introduces new ways of using analytic number theory in cryptography and related areas, such as complexity theory and pseudorandom number generation. Key topics and features: various lower bounds on the complexity of some number theoretic and cryptographic problems, Brand: Birkhäuser Basel.
Cryptography is one of the most active areas in current mathematics research and applications. This book focuses on cryptography along with two related areas: the study of probabilistic proof systems, and the theory of computational pseudorandomness.
tography. In particular, we survey the basic tools of cryptography – compu-tational diﬃculty, pseudorandomness and zero-knowledge proofs – and the basic utilities – encryption, signatures, and general cryptographic protocols. Chapters 2 and 3 provides a wider perspective on two concepts mentioned in Chapter 1.
behavior of a random variable with a given probability distribution. In cryptography, these generators are employed to produce secret keys, to encrypt messages or to mask the content of certain protocols by combining the content with a random sequence.
A further application of cryptographically secure random numbers is the growing area of internetFile Size: KB. Pseudorandomness.
Reading: Katz-Lindell SectionBoneh-Shoup Chapter 3 Edited and expanded by Richard Xu in Spring The nature of randomness has troubled philosophers, scientists, statisticians and laypeople for many years. 1 Over the years people have given different answers to the question of what does it mean for data to be random, and what is the nature of probability.
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Cryptographic applications of analytic number theory: complexity lower bounds and pseudorandomness. [Igorʹ E Šparlinskij] The book introduces new techniques that imply rigorous lower bounds on the com plexity of some number-theoretic and cryptographic problems.Pseudorandomness and Cryptographic Applications Theory and Applications of Trapdoor Functions This book provides an introduction to these three, somewhat interwoven domains (i.e., cryptography Author: Robert Rolland.Notions of pseudorandomness and quasirandomness have been developed and investigated in several areas of theoretical computer science, combinatorics and number theory (including complexity theory, cryptography, graph theory, additive combinatorics and analytic number theory) to answer such questions.
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