Cryptography: A Primer
CrypTography: a Primer Alan G. Konheim Here’s the first systematic, unclassified treatment of the theory and practice of encipherment—an essential tool for protecting the contents of computer data. Cryptography: a Primer develops the principles of encryption and reviews many of the classical systems. This helpful book shows you how to apply these systems to your individual data processing requirements. A uniquely practical reference and a step-by-step approach for the student.
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(Original Review, 1981) In the late 60's, IBM started a research project on ciphers that has produced a lot of good literature and several important cryptosystems. The effort concentrated on a family ... Read full review
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