Communications and Cryptography

Communications and Cryptography : Two Sides of One Tapestry

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Information theory is an exceptional field in many ways. Technically, it is one of the rare fields in which mathematical results and insights have led directly to significant engineering payoffs. Professionally, it is a field that has sustained a remarkable degree of community, collegiality and high standards. James L. Massey, whose work in the field is honored here, embodies the highest standards of the profession in his own career.
The book covers the latest work on: block coding, convolutional coding, cryptography, and information theory. The 44 contributions represent a cross-section of the world's leading scholars, scientists and researchers in information theory and communication. The book is rounded off with an index and a bibliography of publications by James Massey.
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  • Hardback | 481 pages
  • 177.8 x 259.1 x 30.5mm | 1,111.31g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1994 ed.
  • XVII, 481 p.
  • 0792394690
  • 9780792394693

Table of contents

Block Coding. On a Problem of Persi Diaconis; E. Berlekamp. A Finite Fourier Transform for Vectors of Arbitrary Length; C.G. Gunther. Massey's Theorem and the Golay Codes; R.E. Blahut. Spherical Codes from the Hexagonal Lattice; T. Ericson, V. Zinoviev. On Group Codes generated by Finite Reflection Groups; T. Mittelholzer. Using Redundancy to speed up Disk Arrays; D.L. Cohn, R.L. Stevenson. A Comparison of Error Patterns corrected by Block Codes and Convolutional Codes; J. Justesen. Coded MPSK Modulation for the AWGN and Rayleigh Fading Channels; S. Lin, S, Rajpal, D.J. Rhee. On the Basic Averaging Arguments for Linear Codes; H.A. Loeliger. Coding and Multiplexing; H.J. Matt. Convolutional Coding. Duality of Linear Input-Output Maps; S.K. Mitter. Inverses of Linear Sequential Circuits: On Beyond Poles and Zeros; M.K. Sain. Trellises Old and New; G.D. Forney, Jr. On Canonical Encoding Matrices and the Generalized Constraint Lengths of Convolutional Codes; R. Johannesson, Z. Wan. On Code Linearity and Rotational Invariance for a Class of Trellis Codes for M-PSK; L.H. Zetterberg. Progress towards Achieving Channel Capacity; D.J. Costello, L. Perez. Soft is better than Hard; J. Hagenauer. Charge Constrained Convolutional Codes; M.A. Herro, R.H. Deng, Y.X. Li. Five Views of Differential MSK: a Unified Approach; B. Rimoldi. Binary Convolutional Codes Revisited; G. Ungerboeck. Cryptography. Development of Fast Multiplier Structures with Cryptographic Applications; G. Agnew. On Repeated-Single-Root Constacyclic Codes; V.C. da Rocha, Jr. Delay Estimation for Truly Random Binary Sequences or How to Measure the Length of Rip van Winkle's Sleep; I.Ingemarsson. Low Weight Parity Checks for Linear Recurring Sequences; G. Kuehn. Higher Order Derivatives and Differential Cryptanalysis; X. Lai. The Strong Secret Key Rate of Discrete Random Triples; U.M. Maurer. International Commercial Standards in Cryptography; J. Omura. The Self-Shrinking Generator; W. Meier, O. Staffelbach. Models for Adder Channels; I. Bar-David. Coding for Adder Channels; I.F. Blake. Information Theory. Orthogonal Checksets in the Plane and Enumerations of the Rationals modp; P. Elias. An Inequality on the Capacity Region of Multiaccess Multipath Channels; R.G. Gallager. On the Performance of Aperiodic Inverse Filter; J. Ruprecht. Capacity of a Simple Stable Protocol for Short Message Service over a CDMA Network; A.J. Viterbi. Random Time and Frequency Hopping for Infinite User Population; S. Csibi. Multiple Access Collision Channel without Feedback and User Population; L. Gyoerfi. Messy Broadcasting in Networks; R. Ahlswede, H.S. Haroutunian, L.H. Khachatrian. Stochastic Events; H. Ohnsorge. Leaf-Average Node-Sum Interchanges in Rooted Trees with Applications; R.A. Rueppel, J.L. Massey. Some Reflections on the Interference Channel; E.C. van der Meulen. The Sliding-Window Lempel-Ziv Algorithm is Asymptotically Optimal; A.D. Wyner, J. Ziv.
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