Mikko Malinen

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—This paper deals with Fountain codes, and especially with their encoding matrices, which are required here to be invertible. A result is stated that an encoding matrix induces a permutation. Also, a result is that encoding matrices form a group with multiplication operation. An encoding is a transformation, which reduces the entropy of an initially(More)
—In this paper two cryptographic methods are introduced. In the first method the precence of a certain size subgroup of persons can be checked for an action to take place. For this we use fragments of Raptor codes delivered to the group members. In the other method a selection of a subset of objects can be made secret. Also, it can be proven afterwards,(More)
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