Questions tagged [literature]

Literature describes everything that has been written and/or visualized (here: in relation cryptography), which ranges from papers to books, and from publications to presentations.

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Most influential/illuminating papers/books/courses on lattice based cryptography?

I'm interested in some sort of "compendium" on lattice based crypto. There are a bunch of maths behind FALCON and other stuff. A lot of articles are devoted to lattice crypto, but not of them are of ...
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DLP instances for given number of congruences

Let $S$ be the set of $k$ congruences of the type $g_{i}^{x_i} \equiv h_i \pmod{n_i}, \quad \forall i,1\leq i \leq k$ What would be the best way to describe such set $S$ with a term in literature. ...
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How did || come to be used in crypto texts to represent concatenation?

In RFC5647, NIST SP 800-38D, etc., || is used to denote concatenation. How did that come to be? In most programming languages ||...
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Cryptanalysis in the middle ages — publications

Are there any publications, articles or literature discussing cryptanalysis and crypt breaking techniques in the middle-ages? I have seen various manuals from the middle ages describing various types ...
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What kind of information in cryptography is called semantic information?

I have been studying cognitive cryptography from this article. Its definition of cognitive cryptography is: Cognitive cryptography is a division of cryptography within which any information set ...
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Possible anomaly in Cryptonomicon

Toward the beginning of Neal Stephenson's Cryptonomicon, Avi gives Randy two strings of sixteen supposedly random hexadecimal numbers as encryption keys: ...
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Non-iterative cryptographic hash functions

Consider the following cryptographic hash function $H$ which maps a message $m$ of variable size to $b$ bits: $$H:\{0,1\}^{*} \mapsto \{0,1\}^b$$ $$y = H(m) = SPRP(IV||m||padding)\mid_{b}$$ , where: ...
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Simplicity and precision in cryptography papers [closed]

I know a PhD student who recently had his paper on applied cryptography rejected because one the reviewers claimed that it was "the solution was too simple and the notation used was more than ...
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What does $\Pi$ represent in cryptography?

I am doing a project in cryptography and while reading a tag generation algorithm for files, I got stuck with the meaning of $\Pi$. The screenshot of the algorithm is inserted below. Here the KeyGen ...
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Correlated or biased coin protocols?

There are a number of papers in the literature describing secure/fair coin flipping protocols. Unfortunately in my case, I am looking for coins that are epsilon-biased or epsilon-correlated. I am ...
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How to do a literature search

How do I do a literature search of the research literature on cryptography? Assume there's some topic in cryptography I'd like to learn more about; how do I search the cryptographic research ...
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Are there any authoritative definitions of “key stretching”?

This is mostly a terminology question, but I suppose that it is best asked and answered here. After browsing the Internet I have come across a fair number of completely different definitions of the ...
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Academic papers on ECDSA security

What are the most authoritative papers on the security analysis of ECDSAs? I`m mainly looking for comparisons of how secure different curves are considered to be, what potential methods are there of ...