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Mathematics of Public Key Cryptography Hardcover – 15 Mar 2012
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'… the book gathers the main mathematical topics related to public key cryptography and provides an excellent source of information for both students and researchers interested in the field.' Juan Tena Ayuso, Zentralblatt MATH
Public key cryptography is a major interdisciplinary subject with many real-world applications. This book has been carefully written to communicate the major ideas and techniques in this subject to a wide readership. With numerous examples and exercises, it is suitable as a textbook for an advanced course or for self-study.See all Product description
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27 April 2016
Format: HardcoverVerified Purchase
This book describes all kinds of PKC Systems from a mathematical standpoint. Somewhere during cleaning I lost my notes of the Leiden University lecture on Cryptography, and although that lectures were broader, this book is more modern and a good replacement.