Cryptography based on chaotic and unsynchronized elements of a network

Romeu M. Szmoski*, Fabiano A. S. Ferrari, Sandro E. de S. Pinto, Ricardo L. Viana, Murilo S. Baptista, M Eisencraft, R Attux, R Suyama

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Abstract

Communication is the action of transmitting and eventually receiving another message in response, as in an exchange of e-mails, for example. In a technical approach, one may say that communication is the process that involves the transmission and reception of messages between a source and an addressee receiver, and technological devices are coded at source and decrypted at the destination using agreed systems of signs or sound symbols, written or iconographic. Schematically there are five elements in any communication system, namely, an emitter, an encoder, a transmission channel, a decoder, and a receiver. The encoder handles the message, so it passes through the channel, and the decoder carries out the reverse process. In order to be practical and safe, the construction of a communication system may require other components. This work is a robust and safe device for transmitting binary messages using replicas of coupled map networks.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationChaotic Signals In Digital Communications
PublisherCRC Press
Pages397-421
Number of pages26
ISBN (Electronic)9781315216256
ISBN (Print)978-1-4665-5722-2
Publication statusPublished - 2014

Publication series

NameElectrical Engineering and Applied Signal Processing Series
PublisherCRC PRESS-TAYLOR & FRANCIS GROUP

Keywords

  • SYNCHRONIZATION

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