Security of data by means of cryptography is becoming more and more
important in many areas of our lives. Public-key cryptosystems
(PKC) form an important part of cryptography as they allow
convenient and secure communication between all users. The
objective is to develop PKCs that provide a high level of security
while being fast and easy to use. The author Robert Niebuhr
analyses the application of Algebraic-Geometric Codes (AGC) in
Cryptographic Systems. Starting with a brief discussion of
Algebraic Geometry and the general construction of PKCs, he shows
how to use AGC including encoding, decoding and error-correction.
To demonstrate the concrete application he develops a Cryptosystem
using the McEliece Scheme and evaluates its properties. This book
is a useful reference for students, professors, and everybody with
some mathematical background and an interest in cryptography.
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