Author: Satyanarayana VollalaPublish On: 2021-07-13
The book focuses on Energy Efficient Modular Exponentiations for Cryptographic hardware. Spread across five chapters, this well-researched text focuses in detail on the Bit Forwarding Techniques and the corresponding hardware realizations.
Author: Satyanarayana Vollala
Publisher: Springer Nature
Cryptographic applications, such as RSA algorithm, ElGamal cryptography, elliptic curve cryptography, Rabin cryptosystem, Diffie -Hellmann key exchange algorithm, and the Digital Signature Standard, use modular exponentiation extensively. The performance of all these applications strongly depends on the efficient implementation of modular exponentiation and modular multiplication. Since 1984, when Montgomery first introduced a method to evaluate modular multiplications, many algorithmic modifications have been done for improving the efficiency of modular multiplication, but very less work has been done on the modular exponentiation to improve the efficiency. This research monograph addresses the question- how can the performance of modular exponentiation, which is the crucial operation of many public-key cryptographic techniques, be improved? The book focuses on Energy Efficient Modular Exponentiations for Cryptographic hardware. Spread across five chapters, this well-researched text focuses in detail on the Bit Forwarding Techniques and the corresponding hardware realizations. Readers will also discover advanced performance improvement techniques based on high radix multiplication and Cryptographic hardware based on multi-core architectures.
This approach combines the advantages of both, the publicly shared key of public-key cryptography and the efficiency of secret-key cryptography . However, there is a remaining issue with public-key cryptography. Since public keys ...
Author: Peter H. Cole
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book consists of a collection of works on utilizing the automatic identification technology provided by Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) to address the problems of global counterfeiting of goods. The book presents current research, directed to securing supply chains against the efforts of counterfeit operators, carried out at the Auto-ID Labs around the globe. It assumes very little knowledge on the part of the reader on Networked RFID systems as the material provided in the introduction familiarizes the reader with concepts, underlying principles and vulnerabilities of modern RFID systems.
188.8.131.52 Public Key Cryptography in Wireless Sensor Networks Many researchers believe that the code size, data size, processing time, and power consumption of public key algorithm techniques, such as “Diffie–Hellman key agreement ...
Author: Shafiullah Khan
Publisher: CRC Press
Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) utilize fast, cheap, and effective applications to imitate the human intelligence capability of sensing on a wider distributed scale. But acquiring data from the deployment area of a WSN is not always easy and multiple issues arise, including the limited resources of sensor devices run with one-time batteries. Additi
S. Bai and R. P. Brent, On the efficiency of Pollard's rho method for discrete logarithms, CATS 2008 (J. Harland and P. ... M. Bellare, J. A. Garay and T. Rabin, Fast batch verification for modular exponentiation and digital signatures, ...
Author: Steven D. Galbraith
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This advanced graduate textbook gives an authoritative and insightful description of the major ideas and techniques of public key cryptography.
Compared to RSA, the prevalent public-key scheme of the Internet today, Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) offers smaller key sizes, faster computation, as well as memory, energy and bandwidth savings and is thus better suited for small ...
Author: Marc Joye
These are the proceedings of CHES 2004, the 6th Workshop on Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems. For the first time, the CHES Workshop was sponsored by the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR). This year, the number of submissions reached a new record. One hundred and twenty-five papers were submitted, of which 32 were selected for presentation. Each submitted paper was reviewed by at least 3 members of the program committee. We are very grateful to the program committee for their hard and efficient work in assembling the program. We are also grateful to the 108 external referees who helped in the review process in their area of expertise. In addition to the submitted contributions, the program included three - invited talks, by Neil Gershenfeld (Center for Bits and Atoms, MIT) about "Physical Information Security", by Isaac Chuang (Medialab, MIT) about "Quantum Cryptography", and by Paul Kocher (Cryptography Research) about "Phy- cal Attacks". It also included a rump session, chaired by Christof Paar, which featured informal talks on recent results. As in the previous years, the workshop focused on all aspects of cryptographic hardware and embedded system security. We sincerely hope that the CHES Workshop series will remain a premium forum for intellectual exchange in this area
Since this encryption method can be published, one can view this cryptosystem as a game on a public-key cryptosystem. We say a “game” because current computers can efficiently sort any telephone book with respect to the telephone ...
Author: Juraj Hromkovič
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The ?rst and foremost goal of this lecture series was to show the beauty, depth and usefulness of the key ideas in computer science. While working on the lecture notes, we came to understand that one can recognize the true spirit of a scienti?c discipline only by viewing its contributions in the framework of science as a whole. We present computer science here as a fundamental science that, interacting with other scienti?c disciplines, changed and changes our view on the world, that contributes to our understanding of the fundamental concepts of science and that sheds new light on and brings new meaning to several of these concepts. We show that computer science is a discipline that discovers spectacular, unexpected facts, that ?nds ways out in seemingly unsolvable s- uations, and that can do true wonders. The message of this book is that computer science is a fascinating research area with a big impact on the real world, full of spectacular ideas and great ch- lenges. It is an integral part of science and engineering with an above-average dynamic over the last 30 years and a high degree of interdisciplinarity. The goal of this book is not typical for popular science writing, whichoftenrestrictsitselftooutliningtheimportanceofaresearch area. Whenever possible we strive to bring full understanding of the concepts and results presented.
With the MSR technique , the public key is the modulus , which is a product of two large prime numbers ( e.g. the public ... a single modular multiplication , while the receiver performs exponentiation ( needed to calculate the modular ...
Author: Jyotsna Kumar MandalPublish On: 2021-08-02
Also RSA public keys, private keys and signatures are bigger than that of ECC. Standard bodies like IEEE, ANSI, NIST etc. have defined various elliptic curves for cryptography. Several optimization techniques are suggested for point ...
Author: Jyotsna Kumar Mandal
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Technology & Engineering
This book includes original, unpublished contributions presented at the Sixth International Conference on Emerging Applications of Information Technology (EAIT 2020), held at the University of Kalyani, Kalyani, West Bengal, India, on November 2020. The book covers the topics such as image processing, computer vision, pattern recognition, machine learning, data mining, big data and analytics, information security and privacy, wireless and sensor networks, and IoT. It will also include IoT application-related papers in pattern recognition, artificial intelligence, expert systems, natural language understanding, image processing, computer vision, applications in biomedical engineering, artificial neural networks, fuzzy logic, evolutionary optimization, data mining, Web intelligence, intelligent agent technology, virtual reality, and visualization.
9. Eve can't figure out the value of K from Alice and Bob's public numbers or from anything else she is overhearing. 10. Alice and Bob use this key K to encrypt their messages, using some conventional encryption system.
Author: Harry Lewis
Publisher: Princeton University Press
A more intuitive approach to the mathematical foundation of computer science Discrete mathematics is the basis of much of computer science, from algorithms and automata theory to combinatorics and graph theory. This textbook covers the discrete mathematics that every computer science student needs to learn. Guiding students quickly through thirty-one short chapters that discuss one major topic each, this flexible book can be tailored to fit the syllabi for a variety of courses. Proven in the classroom, Essential Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science aims to teach mathematical reasoning as well as concepts and skills by stressing the art of proof. It is fully illustrated in color, and each chapter includes a concise summary as well as a set of exercises. The text requires only precalculus, and where calculus is needed, a quick summary of the basic facts is provided. Essential Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science is the ideal introductory textbook for standard undergraduate courses, and is also suitable for high school courses, distance education for adult learners, and self-study. The essential introduction to discrete mathematics Features thirty-one short chapters, each suitable for a single class lesson Includes more than 300 exercises Almost every formula and theorem proved in full Breadth of content makes the book adaptable to a variety of courses Each chapter includes a concise summary Solutions manual available to instructors
Abstract We detail and analyse the critical techniques which may be combined in the design of fast hardware for RSA cryptography : chinese remainders , star chains , Hensel's odd division ( a.k.a. Montgomery modular reduction ) , carry ...
Author: Earl E. Swartzlander
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
Proceedings of the symposium held at Windsor, Ontario, Canada, June-July 1993. The 34 refereed papers address topics in number systems, residue arithmetic, multipliers and dot products, division and square root, elementary function evaluation, arithmetic processor design, algorithms, circuit technology, compilers and languages, and cryptography. Th