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Discrete algebraic methods : arithmetic, cryptography, automata, and groups / Volker Diekert...[et al.].

By: Diekert, Volker [author].
Contributor(s): Kufleitner, Manfred [author] | Rosenberger, Gerhard [author] | Hertrampf, Ulrich [author].
Material type: TextTextSeries: De gruyter textbook.Publisher: Berlin : Walter de Gruyter GmbH, ©2016Description: xii, 342 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9783110413328.Subject(s): Ordered algebraic structures | Algorithms | Computer science -- Mathematics | Cryptography | AlgebraDDC classification: 511.33
Contents:
1. Algebraic structures -- 2. Cryptography -- 3. Number theoretic algorithms -- 4. Polynomial time primality test -- 5. Elliptic curves -- 6. Combinatorics on words -- 7. Automata -- 8. Discrete infinite groups.
Summary: From basic algebraic structures to cryptography, arithmetic with elliptic curves, and automata, this textbook contains a modern introduction to discrete algebraic methods as required by mathematicians and computer scientists in the age of the internet. It is suitable for master students with a basic background in mathematics.
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Books Books ISI Library, Kolkata
 
511.33 D559 (Browse shelf) Available 137753
Total holds: 0

Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Algebraic structures --
2. Cryptography --
3. Number theoretic algorithms --
4. Polynomial time primality test --
5. Elliptic curves --
6. Combinatorics on words --
7. Automata --
8. Discrete infinite groups.

From basic algebraic structures to cryptography, arithmetic with elliptic curves, and automata, this textbook contains a modern introduction to discrete algebraic methods as required by mathematicians and computer scientists in the age of the internet. It is suitable for master students with a basic background in mathematics.

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