Using a reconfigurable computer to compute algebraic immunity
McCay, M. Eric
Butler, Jon T.
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he benefits we enjoy from the internet depend critically on our ability to communicatione securely. For example, to bank online we depend on the encoding of plaintest messages (our personal identification numbers, for example), which, if divulged, could result in significant loss of personal funds. Unfortunately, the theft of credit/debit card numbers is one of the most common crimes in the internet age. Such theft is especially enticing since the individual committing the theft is likely to be far away from the victim, therefore feeling immune to prosecution.
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