Applied Cryptography Using Chaos Function for Fast Digital Logic-Based Systems in Ubiquitous Computing
AbstractRecently, chaotic dynamics-based data encryption techniques for wired and wireless networks have become a topic of active research in computer science and network security such as robotic systems, encryption, and communication. The main aim of deploying a chaos-based cryptosystem is to provide encryption with several advantages over traditional encryption algorithms such as high security, speed, and reasonable computational overheads and computational power requirements. These challenges have motivated researchers to explore novel chaos-based data encryption techniques with digital logics dealing with hiding information for fast secure communication networks. This work provides an overview of how traditional data encryption techniques are revised and improved to achieve good performance in a secure communication network environment. A comprehensive survey of existing chaos-based data encryption techniques and their application areas are presented. The comparative tables can be used as a guideline to select an encryption technique suitable for the application at hand. Based on the limitations of the existing techniques, an adaptive chaos based data encryption framework of secure communication for future research is proposed View Full-Text
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Shukla, P.K.; Khare, A.; Rizvi, M.A.; Stalin, S.; Kumar, S. Applied Cryptography Using Chaos Function for Fast Digital Logic-Based Systems in Ubiquitous Computing. Entropy 2015, 17, 1387-1410.
Shukla PK, Khare A, Rizvi MA, Stalin S, Kumar S. Applied Cryptography Using Chaos Function for Fast Digital Logic-Based Systems in Ubiquitous Computing. Entropy. 2015; 17(3):1387-1410.Chicago/Turabian Style
Shukla, Piyush K.; Khare, Ankur; Rizvi, Murtaza A.; Stalin, Shalini; Kumar, Sanjay. 2015. "Applied Cryptography Using Chaos Function for Fast Digital Logic-Based Systems in Ubiquitous Computing." Entropy 17, no. 3: 1387-1410.