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By Carl Pomerance (ed.)

Long ago dozen or so years, cryptology and computational quantity concept became more and more intertwined. as the fundamental cryptologic program of quantity thought is the obvious intractability of definite computations, those fields may possibly half sooner or later and back cross their separate methods. yet for now, their union is continuous to carry ferment and quick switch in either matters.

This e-book includes the lawsuits of an AMS brief direction in Cryptology and Computational quantity idea, held in August 1989 in the course of the Joint arithmetic conferences in Boulder, Colorado. those 8 papers by way of six of the pinnacle specialists within the box will offer readers with a radical creation to a couple of the vital advances in cryptology and computational quantity concept during the last fifteen years. as well as an intensive introductory article, the booklet comprises articles on primality trying out, discrete logarithms, integer factoring, knapsack cryptosystems, pseudorandom quantity turbines, the theoretical underpinnings of cryptology, and different quantity theory--based cryptosystems. Requiring basically heritage in easy quantity idea, this e-book is geared toward nonexperts, together with graduate scholars and complicated undergraduates in arithmetic and laptop technological know-how

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