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Basics Of Contemporary Cryptography For It Practitioners (Hardcover) Loot Price: R1,688
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Basics Of Contemporary Cryptography For It Practitioners (Hardcover): Boris Ryabko, Andrey Fionov

Basics Of Contemporary Cryptography For It Practitioners (Hardcover)

Boris Ryabko, Andrey Fionov

Series: Series On Coding Theory And Cryptology, 1

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The aim of this book is to provide a comprehensive introduction to cryptography without using complex mathematical constructions. The themes are conveyed in a form that only requires a basic knowledge of mathematics, but the methods are described in sufficient detail to enable their computer implementation. The book describes the main techniques and facilities of contemporary cryptography, proving key results along the way. The contents of the first five chapters can be used for one-semester course.

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Imprint: World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd
Country of origin: Singapore
Series: Series On Coding Theory And Cryptology, 1
Release date: September 2005
First published: September 2005
Authors: Boris Ryabko • Andrey Fionov
Dimensions: 233 x 153 x 17mm (L x W x T)
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 208
ISBN-13: 978-981-256-405-4
Categories: Books > Computing & IT > Computer communications & networking
Books > Computing & IT > Computer communications & networking > Network security
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LSN: 981-256-405-5
Barcode: 9789812564054

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