A course in Mathematical cryptography
Gilbert Baumslag, Benjamin Fine,
Martin Kreuzer, Gerhard Rosenberger
Historically, secret codes and ciphers were placed in the realm of espionage and diplo- macy. Although some people considered the mathematics of devising and breaking codes, it remained for a long time a discipline on the fringes of mathematics. Several things changed this view. First, sophisticated mathematical techniques were devel- oped during the Second World War to aid in the cryptanalysis of the Enigma code and other war time ciphers. Then the widespread usage of computers and the advent of the internet led to the need of sending financial and other sensitive information over pub- lic channels. This sparked an intensive development of mathematical cryptography, both symmetric and public key.
Traditionally, cryptography refers to the science and/or art of devising and im- plementing secret codes and ciphers, while cryptanalysis is the science and/or art of breaking them. The whole disciple, cryptography plus cryptanalysis, is usually called
cryptology. Sometimes however, cryptography is used in place of cryptology.
جهت استعلام قيمت و سفارش چاپ اين محصول لطفا با انتشارات گنج حضور تماس حاصل فرماييد