Symbolic Management of the Degree of Information Security by Integer Splitting
This paper demonstrates the application of module arithmetic for controlling the level of information security by a new technique referred as integer splitting. The basic definitions and concepts of the method are provided. The mathematical function of arising transformation is described in detail; its properties were studied and the basic theorems were proven that justify the use of splitting in practical applications. An active system was designed and characteristic cases of its operation are considered.
Keywordsmodule arithmetic integer splitting method level of splitting integer splitting properties integer transformations integer symbol splitting
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