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Cryptology Transmitted Message Protection : From Deterministic Chaos up to Optical Vortices.

Author: Igor Izmailov; Boris Poizner; Ilia Romanov; Sergey Smolskiy
Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2016.
Series: Signals and communication technology.
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This book presents methods to improve information security for protected communication. It combines and applies interdisciplinary scientific engineering concepts, including cryptography, chaos theory, nonlinear and singular optics, radio-electronics and self-changing artificial systems. It also introduces additional ways to improve information security using optical vortices as information carriers and  Read more...
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Izmailov, Igor.
Cryptology Transmitted Message Protection : From Deterministic Chaos up to Optical Vortices.
Cham : Springer International Publishing, ©2016
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Igor Izmailov; Boris Poizner; Ilia Romanov; Sergey Smolskiy
ISBN: 9783319301259 331930125X 9783319301235 3319301233
OCLC Number: 952933380
Description: 1 online resource (386 pages).
Contents: Acknowledgments; Contents; About the Authors; Abbreviations; Introduction; 1 Deterministic Chaos Phenomenon from the Standpoint of Information Protection Tasks; 1.1 Principles and Concepts of the Classical Cryptology as the Traditional Strategy of Information Protection; 1.2 The Optical Vortex as a Product of the Beam Perturbation and the Data Carrier in the Communication System; 1.3 Examples of Dynamic Systems in Radiophysics and Optics with Complicated Behavior; 1.3.1 Examples of Radio Physical Systems with Complicated Behavior; 1.3.2 Designs of Nonlinear Elements. 1.3.3 The Nonlinear Ring Interferometer as an Example of the Optical System with Complex Behavior1.4 Principles of Information Protection by the Deterministic Chaos; 1.4.1 General Schemes and Functioning Principles of the Confidential Communication Systems in the Mode of the Dynamic Chaos; 1.4.2 Examples of Radio Physical Systems for Information Protection; 1.4.3 Examples of the Application of Deterministic Chaos in Optical System of the Confidential Communication; 1.4.4 Influence of Disturbing Factors on the Characteristics of the Data Transmission System. 1.4.5 Classification of Communication Systems Using the Dynamic Chaos1.5 Conclusions; 2 Radiophysical and Optical Chaotic Oscillators Applicable for Information Protection; 2.1 The Radio-Electronic Oscillator of the Deterministic Chaos with Nonlinearity in the Form of Parabola Compositions; 2.1.1 The Structure and the Mathematical Model of the Oscillator; 2.1.2 The Nonlinear Element: A Structure, a Mathematical Description; 2.1.3 Analysis of Equilibrium State Stability in the Model of the Deterministic Chaos Oscillator. 2.2 Simulation of Static and Dynamic Modes of the Deterministic Chaos Oscillator2.2.1 Stability of Equilibrium States; 2.2.2 Operating Modes in the Deterministic Chaos Oscillator; 2.3 Modes and Scenarios of Transitions to Chaotic Oscillations in the Radio-Frequency Oscillator of Deterministic Chaos; 2.3.1 The Breadboard of Deterministic Chaos Oscillator; 2.3.2 Transition to the Chaos Through the Period Doubling Bifurcation; 2.3.3 Transition to the Chaos Through Intermittency; 2.3.4 Transition to the Chaos Through a Collapse of Two-Frequency Oscillating Mode. 2.3.5 Transition to the Chaos Through a "Semi-Torus" Collapse2.3.6 Bifurcation Diagrams; 2.4 The Ring Interferometer with the Kerr Nonlinear Medium and Its Modifications as the Deterministic Chaos Oscillators; 2.4.1 Mathematical Models of Processes in the Nonlinear Ring Interferometer; 2.4.2 Double-Circuit Nonlinear Ring Interferometer and Models of Processes in It; 2.4.3 Dynamics in the Ring Interferometer Models; 2.4.4 The Nonlinear Fiber-Optical Interferometer; 2.4.5 The Double-Circuit NRI and Structurally Connected NRIs: Prospects for Chaos Generating and Data Processing; 2.5 Conclusions.
Series Title: Signals and communication technology.

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