Cryptography Based on Memristive Electronic Circuits

  • Fadhil RahmaEmail author
  • Saif Muneam
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Cryptography is the science that uses the calculation and math behind the procedures to encrypt and decrypt data. The process that is used to convert the message (text, picture, sound, and video) into cipher message is known as encryption. The encryption algorithm is used to encrypt a message at the transmitter, while the decryption algorithm is applied to decrypt the received encrypted message. In a cryptosystem, the synchronization of the transmitter and receiver sides has to be secured. One can use a key during encryption and decryption process.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Electrical EngineeringUniversity of BasrahBasrahIraq

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