By Rainer A. Rueppel (auth.), D. Barstow, W. Brauer, P. Brinch Hansen, D. Gries, D. Luckham, C. Moler, A. Pnueli, G. Seegmüller, J. Stoer, N. Wirth, Christoph G. Günther (eds.)
This ebook includes the lawsuits of the EUROCRYPT '88 convention, a workshop on concept and purposes of cryptographic innovations held at Davos, Switzerland, may possibly 25-27, 1988. The foreign organization for Cryptologic learn (IACR) organizes overseas meetings each year, one in Europe and one within the usa. EUROCRYPT '88 was once the 6th eu convention. The variety of contributions and of individuals on the meetinng has elevated considerably, which exhibits the excessive curiosity in cryptography and in method defense commonly. The curiosity has additionally additional moved in the direction of authentication, signatures and different protocols. this is often to appreciate in view of the pressing wishes for such protocols, particularly in reference to open info structures, and in view of the fascinating difficulties during this region. The both attention-grabbing classical box of secrecy, i.e. the idea, layout and research of flow or block ciphers and of public key cryptosystems, was once although additionally good represented and a number of other major effects have been communicated. those complaints comprise all contributions accredited for presentation.
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Advances in Cryptology — EUROCRYPT ’88: Workshop on the Theory and Application of Cryptographic Techniques Davos, Switzerland, May 25–27, 1988 Proceedings by Rainer A. Rueppel (auth.), D. Barstow, W. Brauer, P. Brinch Hansen, D. Gries, D. Luckham, C. Moler, A. Pnueli, G. Seegmüller, J. Stoer, N. Wirth, Christoph G. Günther (eds.)
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