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SC/MATH 4161 3.00   Mathematics of Cryptography

(Crosslisted to: LE/EECS 4161 3.00)

Course Description:

Probability, information theory and number theory and applications to cryptography. Classical codes such as Caesar shift, Vigenere, ADFGVX, rectangular substitution, and others. Other topics: comma free codes, perfect secrecy, index of coincidence, public key systems, primality testing and factorization algorithms. Prerequisites: At least 12 credits from 2000-level (or higher) MATH courses (without second digit 5, or second digit 7); or LE/EECS 3101 3.00 or permission of the instructor.

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Fall/Winter 2017-2018 Schedule

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