Special Issue "Recent Advances in Chaotic Systems and Their Security Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2021.
Interests: nonlinear circuits and systems; chaotic cryptography; chaotic secure communication
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Interests: chaotic synchronization and control; secure communication; cryptography; chaos theory
Interests: nonlinear dynamics; numerical integration; geometric integration; chaos theory and applications; nonlinear circuits; memristors and neuromorphic systems; cryptography
Interests: fractional-order circuits and systems; bifurcation; chaos; memristor; encryption
Chaotic systems have long been integrated into security-related applications. Due to their deterministic nature, highly complex dynamics, and sensitivity to initial conditions and parameter changes, they constitute an efficient tool for masking information.
The aim of this Special Issue is to explore recent trends and developments in chaos-based encryption schemes. Contributions can address any type of chaotic system and all applications related to information masking and security. Review articles focused on specific applications or methods are also welcome.
Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:
- Continuous, discrete time, and fractional order chaotic systems;
- Different chaos synchronization and antisynchronization techniques;
- Chaotic systems with hidden attractors;
- Secure communications;
- Signal encryption;
- Random number generation;
- Entropy-based cryptography;
- Message authentication;
- Digital signature;
- Hardware implementations of encryption designs;
- Any other security-related engineering application.
Dr. Christos Volos
Dr. Lazaros Moysis
Dr. Denis Butusov
Dr. Ahmed Radwan
Manuscript Submission Information
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- nonlinear systems
- chaotic cryptosystems
- secure communications
- random number generators