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Broadband quantum cryptography

Daniel J. Rogers

Broadband quantum cryptography

by Daniel J. Rogers

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Published by Morgan & Claypool in San Rafael, Calif. (1537 Fourth Street, San Rafael, CA 94901 USA) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Quantum theory,
  • Data encryption (Computer science),
  • Cryptography

  • About the Edition

    Quantum cryptography is a rapidly developing field that draws from a number of disciplines, from quantum optics to information theory to electrical engineering. By combining some fundamental quantum mechanical principles of single photons with various aspects of information theory, quantum cryptography represents a fundamental shift in the basis for security from numerical complexity to the fundamental physical nature of the communications channel. As such, it promises the holy grail of data security: theoretically unbreakable encryption. Of course, implementing quantum cryptography in real broadband communications systems poses some unique challenges, including generating single photons, distilling random keys from the quantum key distribution process, and maintaining security at both the theoretical and practical level.Overall, quantum cryptography has a place in the history of secret keeping as a novel and potentially useful paradigm shift in the approach to broadband data encryption.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesSynthesis digital library of engineering and computer science.
    StatementDaniel J. Rogers
    SeriesSynthesis lectures on quantum computing -- # 3
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ104 .R643 2010
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25536506M
    ISBN 109781608450602, 9781608450596

      From Mary, Queen of Scots, trapped by her own code, to the Navajo Code Talkers who helped the Allies win World War II, to the incredible (and incredibly simple) logisitical breakthrough that made Internet commerce secure, The Code Book tells the story of the most powerful intellectual weapon ever known: secrecyPages: User Review - Flag as inappropriate "The Code Book" is a fascinating explanation of both the history of cryptography and crytpography itself. Singh covers everything from simple monoalphabetic ciphers to quantum encryption, even including a Cipher Challenge with 10 codes to be broken by the reader (most of them far from trivial, difficult enough that the first team to complete the challenge 4/5(50).

      Humpty Dumpty: "The Code Book - The Science of Secrecy from Ancient Egypt to Quantum Cryptography" by Simon Singh [ ] One-way functions are sometimes called Humpty Dumpty functions. Modular arithmetic, sometimes called clock arithmetic in schools, is an area of mathematics that is rich in one-way functions/5. XV QUANTUM CRYPTOLOGY Quantum Bit Quantum Registers and Quantum Algorithms Shor’s Algorithm Grover’s Search Algorithm No-Cloning Theorem Quantum Key-Exchange Appendix: DES A.1 General Information A.2 Defining DES A.3 DES’ Cryptanalysis References Index ForewordFile Size: 1MB.

    Free Online Library: Quantum cryptography done on standard broadband fibre for 1st time (Update: Quantun). by "Asian News International"; News, opinion and commentary General interest Broadband Broadband transmission Cryptography. ( views) Quantum Cryptography by N. Gisin, G. Ribordy, W. Tittel, H. Zbinden - arXiv, Quantum cryptography could well be the first application of quantum mechanics at the individual quanta level. The fast progress in theory and experiments over the recent years are reviewed, with emphasis on open questions and technological issues.


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Broadband Quantum Cryptography (Synthesis Lectures on Quantum Computing) Paperback – April 5, by Daniel J. Rogers (Author), Ravi Sandhu (Series Editor)Cited by: 4.

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Here, in one comprehensive, soup-to-nuts book, is the solution for Internet security: modern-day cryptography. Written by a security expert with a wealth of practical experience, this book covers network and Internet security in terms that are easy to understand, using Cited by: Overall, quantum cryptography has a place in the history of secret keeping as a novel and potentially useful paradigm shift in the approach to Broadband data encryption.

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Post-Quantum Cryptography, PQCryptoheld in Taipei, Taiwan, in November/December The 18 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 38 submissions.

University of California Physics Division Los Alamos National Laboratory Los Alamos, NM ABSTRACT. Quantum cryptography is a new method for secret communications offering the ultimate security assurance of the inviolability of a Law of Nature.

Quantum cryptography, the next-generation of secret Broadband quantum cryptography book whose secrecy is guaranteed by the laws of quantum mechanics, has been in the news recently.

Last fall a group from the Chinese Academy of Sciences transmitted quantum cryptographically encoded communications (via satellite) to a ground station in Vienna, Austria. Implementing quantum cryptography in real broadband communications systems poses some unique challenges, including generating single photons, distilling random keys from the quantum key distribution This volume covers this subject.

Leading expert contributors from around the world discuss the scientific foundations, experimental and theoretical developments, and cutting-edge technical and engineering advances in quantum communications and cryptography.

The book describes the engineering principles and practical implementations in a real-world metropolitan network as well as physical principles and experimental.

quantum cryptography enables that secret-key cryptosystems, as the Vernam one-time pad scheme, work. Quantum cryptography makes it possible that two parties, in this case Alice and Bob, share a random key in a secure way.

Therefore, the notion "quantum key distribution" is more accurate than "quantum cryptography".File Size: KB. Broadband quantum cryptography. [Daniel J Rogers] -- Quantum cryptography is a rapidly developing field that draws from a number of disciplines, from quantum optics to.

The Code Book: The Science of Secrecy from Ancient Egypt to Quantum Cryptography is a book by Simon Singh, published in New York in by Doubleday. The Code Book describes some illustrative highlights in the history of cryptography, drawn from both of its principal branches, codes and the book's title should not be misconstrued as suggesting that the book deals only with Author: Simon Singh.

Quantum Safe Cryptography and Security 6 Currently, quantum safe and quantum vulnerable products can co -exist in a network; in some cases, there is time for a well -ordered transition.

However, the window of opportunity for orderly transition is shrinking and with the growing maturity of quantum computation research, for data that needs to beFile Size: 1MB.

Books shelved as cryptography: The Code Book: The Science of Secrecy from Ancient Egypt to Quantum Cryptography by Simon Singh, Cryptonomicon by Neal Ste.

Quantum cryptography is the science of exploiting quantum mechanical properties to perform cryptographic tasks. The best known example of quantum cryptography is quantum key distribution which offers an information-theoretically secure solution to the key exchange problem.

A quantum computer with enough stable qubits to use Shor’s Algorithm to break today’s public-key cryptography is fairly far out, but the risk is on the horizon.

Further, an adversary could be recording encrypted internet traffic now for decryption later, when a sufficiently large quantum computer becomes available. There aren't really many books on quantum cryptography.

The only one I am aware of is a book titled Applied Quantum Cryptography (C. Kollmitzer and M. Pivk, eds., Springer, ). The Nielsen and Chuang book has a few pages dedicated to quantum cryptography in chapter Introduction to post-quantum cryptography 3 • Shor introduced an algorithm that factors any RSA modulus n using (lgn)2+ o(1)simple operations on a quantum computer of size (lgn)1+.

Forcing this algorithm to use at least 2b operations means choosing n to have at least 2(+o(1))b bits—an intolerable cost for any interesting value of the “Quantum computing” chapter of this.

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Post-Quantum Cryptography, PQCryptoheld in Taipei, Taiwan, in November/December The 18 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 38 submissions.

The papers cover a wide.This procedure is known as quantum cryptography or quantum key distribution (abbreviated QKD). The basic idea is to exploit the quantum mechanical principle that observation in general disturbs the system being observed.

Thus, if there is an eavesdropper listening in Cited by: 4.A brief introduction of quantum cryptography for engineers Bing Qi 1,2,*, Li Qian 1,2, Hoi-Kwong Lo 1,2, 3,4 1 Center for Quantum Information and Quantu m Control, University of Toronto.