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Thomas Beth


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18 papers in database with 521 citations Star

Editor of 2 conference proceedings books

H-number: 12

Conference Proceedings

 
1. Thomas BethIngemar Ingemarsson, editors, Advances in Cryptology: Proceedings of EUROCRYPT 84, A Workshop on the Theory and Application of of Cryptographic Techniques, Paris, France, April 9-11, 1984, Proceedings. Springer, 1985. ISBN 3-540-16076-0.
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2. Thomas Beth, editor, Cryptography, Proceedings of the Workshop on Cryptography, Burg Feuerstein, Germany, March 29 - April 2, 1982. Springer, 1983.
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1. Chris Charnes,  Martin Rötteler,  Thomas Beth,  Homogeneous Bent Functions, Invariants, and Designs, Designs, Codes and Cryptography, Volume 26(1), pp. 139 - 154, Springer, 2002.

[Electronic Edition][Cited 14 times ]

2. Sebastian Egner,  Thomas Beth,  How to Play M13?, Designs, Codes and Cryptography, Volume 16(3), pp. 243 - 247, Springer, 1999.

[Electronic Edition][No citation]

3. Thomas Beth,  Designs, Codes and Crypts - A Puzzle Altogether, Designs, Codes and Cryptography, Volume 8(1), pp. 91 - 101, Springer, 1996.

[Electronic Edition][Cited 1 times ]

4. Thomas Beth,  Whitfield Diffie,  Special Issue Dedicated to Gustavus J. Simmons - Foreword to this issue, Designs, Codes and Cryptography, Volume 7(1), pp. 7 - 9, Springer, 1996.

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5. Gordon B. Agnew,  Thomas Beth,  Ronald C. Mullin,  Scott A. Vanstone,  Arithmetic Operations in GF(2 m), Journal of Cryptology, Volume 6(1), pp. 3 - 13, Springer, 1993.

[Cited 70 times Red Star]

Conference Papers

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1. Rainer Steinwandt,  Markus Grassl,  Willi Geiselmann,  Thomas Beth,  Weaknesses in the SL2(F2n) Hashing Scheme , pp. 287 - 299, CRYPTO 2000.

[Electronic Edition][IACR Online ArchiveIACR Online Archive][Cited 14 times ]

2. Thomas Beth,  Multifeature Security through Homomorphic Encryption, pp. 1 - 17, ASIACRYPT 1994.

[Cited 4 times ]

3. Thomas Beth,  Dejan E. Lazic,  A. Mathias,  Cryptanalysis of Cryptosystems Based on Remote Chaos Replication, pp. 318 - 331, CRYPTO 1994.

[Electronic Edition][Cited 27 times ]

4. Thomas Beth,  Cunsheng Ding,  On Almost Perfect Nonlinear Permutations, pp. 65 - 76, EUROCRYPT 1993.

[Electronic Edition][Cited 67 times Red Star]

5. Thomas Beth,  F. Schaefer,  Non Supersingular Elliptic Curves for Public Key Cryptosystems, pp. 316 - 327, EUROCRYPT 1991.

[Electronic Edition][Cited 34 times ]

6. Zong-Duo Dai,  Thomas Beth,  Dieter Gollmann,  Lower Bounds for the Linear Complexity of Sequences over Residue Rings, pp. 189 - 195, EUROCRYPT 1990.

[Electronic Edition][Cited 30 times ]

7. Thomas Beth,  Yvo Desmedt,  Identification Tokens - or: Solving the Chess Grandmaster Problem, pp. 169 - 177, CRYPTO 1990.

[Electronic Edition][Cited 57 times Red Star]

8. Thomas Beth,  Zong-Duo Dai,  On the Complexity of Pseudo-Random Sequences - Or: If You Can Describe a Sequence It Can't be Random, pp. 533 - 543, EUROCRYPT 1989.

[Electronic Edition][Cited 14 times ]

9. Thomas Beth,  Efficient Zero-Knowledge Identification Scheme for Smart Cards, pp. 77 - 84, EUROCRYPT 1988.

[Electronic Edition][Cited 83 times Red Star]

10. Sibylle Mund,  Dieter Gollmann,  Thomas Beth,  Some Remarks on the Cross Correlation Analysis of Pseudo Random Generators, pp. 25 - 35, EUROCRYPT 1987.

[Electronic Edition][Cited 5 times ]

11. Thomas Beth,  B. M. Cook,  Dieter Gollmann,  Architectures for Exponentiation in GF(2^n), pp. 302 - 310, CRYPTO 1986.

[Electronic Edition][Cited 20 times ]

12. Thomas Beth,  Fred Piper,  The Stop-and-Go Generator, pp. 88 - 92, EUROCRYPT 1984.

[Electronic Edition][Cited 80 times Red Star]

13. Thomas Beth,  Introduction, pp. 1 - 30, EUROCRYPT 1982.

[Electronic Edition][Cited 1 times ]



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