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While reading a paper about Dynamic cube attack, I saw two terms:
full-codebook and non-full-codebook attacks.
What do they mean?
What is the difference?

Regards

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In full codebook, data complexity equals to all input of cryptosystem and in non full codebook is less than it.

For example in SIMON 32/64, if data complexity=2^32, the attack is full codebook,
and if DC < 2^32, the attack is non full codebook.

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