Introduction To Modern Cryptography
Jonathan Katz , Yehuda Lindell
The goal of our book remains the same as in the first edition: to present the basic paradigms and principles of modern cryptography to a general audience with a basic mathematics background. We have designed this book to serve as a textbook for undergraduate- or graduate-level courses in cryptography (in computer science, electrical engineering, or mathematics departments), as a general introduction suitable for self-study (especially for beginning graduate students), and as a reference for students, researchers, and practitioners.
There are numerous other cryptography textbooks available today, and the reader may rightly ask whether another book on the subject is needed. We would not have written this book—nor worked on revising it for the second edition—if the answer to that question were anything other than an unequiv- ocal yes. What, in our opinion, distinguishes our book from other available books is that it provides a rigorous treatment of modern cryptography in an accessible manner appropriate for an introduction to the topic.
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