Keywords and Phrases
Residue number system
"The demand for high security in energy constrained devices such as mobiles and PDAs is growing rapidly. This leads to the need for efficient design of cryptographic algorithms which offer data integrity, authentication, non-repudiation and confidentiality of the encrypted data and communication channels. The public key cryptography is an ideal choice for data integrity, authentication and non-repudiation whereas the private key cryptography ensures the confidentiality of the data transmitted. The latter has an extremely high encryption speed but it has certain limitations which make it unsuitable for use in certain applications. Numerous public key cryptographic algorithms are available in the literature which comprise modular arithmetic modules such as modular addition, multiplication, inversion and exponentiation. Recently, numerous cryptographic algorithms have been proposed based on modular arithmetic which are scalable, do word based operations and efficient in various aspects. The modular arithmetic modules play a crucial role in the overall performance of the cryptographic processor. Hence, better results can be obtained by designing efficient arithmetic modules such as modular addition, multiplication, exponentiation and squaring. This thesis is organized into three papers, describes the efficient implementation of modular arithmetic units, application of these modules in International Data Encryption Algorithm (IDEA). Second paper describes the IDEA algorithm implementation using the existing techniques and using the proposed efficient modular units. The third paper describes the fault tolerant design of a modular unit which has online self-checking capability"--Abstract, page iv.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
M.S. in Computer Engineering
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Journal article titles appearing in thesis/dissertation
- Fast low-power modulo 2N+1 multiplier design
- Efficient idea crypto-hardware using novel modular arithmetic components
- Efficient on-line self-checking modulo 2[superscript N]+1 multiplier design
x, 67 pages
© 2010 Rajashekhar Reddy Modugu, All rights reserved.
Thesis - Open Access
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Data encryption (Computer science) -- Mathematical models
Trees (Graph theory)
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Link to Catalog Recordhttp://laurel.lso.missouri.edu/record=b8229016~S5
Modugu, Rajashekhar Reddy, "Efficient modular arithmetic units for low power cryptographic applications" (2010). Masters Theses. 6645.