Cryptology Transmitted Message Protection
Cryptology Transmitted Message Protection: From Deterministic Chaos up to Optical Vortices
Springer | Security & Cryptology | July 26, 2016 | ISBN-10: 3319301233 | 327 pages | pdf | 14.87 mb
Authors: Izmailov, I., Poizner, B., Romanov, I., Smolskiy, S.
Presents basics of traditional cryptography and communication protection
Explains electronic and optical chaotic generators
Discusses the application of chaos theory to information protection
This book presents methods to improve information security for protected communication. It combines and applies interdisciplinary scientific engineering concepts, including cryptography, chaos theory, nonlinear and singular optics, radio-electronics and self-changing artificial systems. It also introduces additional ways to improve information security using optical vortices as information carriers and self-controlled nonlinearity, with nonlinearity playing a key "evolving" role. The proposed solutions allow the universal phenomenon of deterministic chaos to be discussed in the context of information security problems on the basis of examples of both electronic and optical systems. Further, the book presents the vortex detector and communication systems and describes mathematical models of the chaos oscillator as a coder in the synchronous chaotic communication and appropriate decoders, demonstrating their efficiency both analytically and experimentally. Lastly it discusses the cryptologic features of analyzed systems and suggests a series of new structures for confident communication.
Number of Illustrations and Tables
206 b/w illustrations, 19 illustrations in colour
Data Structures, Cryptology and Information Theory
Communications Engineering, Networks
Quantum Information Technology, Spintronics
Security Science and Technology
Applications of Mathematics
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