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Can the AES encryption and decryption algorithms be described as a polynomial for a specific key?
AES is a block cipher that consists of non-linear and linear parts to provide the Shannon requirements of confusion and diffusion respectively. The linear parts can for sure be described as a ...
Sep 12 '13 at 8:59
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