Samuel Galice

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Rijndael is a block cipher designed by V. Rijmen and J. Daemen and it was chosen in its 128-bit block version as AES by the NIST in October 2000. Three key lengths-128, 192 or 256 bits-are allowed. In the original contribution describing Rijndael [4], two other versions have been described: Rijndael-256 and Rijndael-192 that respectively use plaintext(More)
Multicomplex numbers of order n have an associated trigonometry (multisine functions with n − 1 parameters) leading to a natural extension of the sine-Gordon model. The parameters are constrained from the requirement of local current conservation. In two dimensions for n < 6 known integrable models (deformed Toda and non-linear sigma, pure affine Toda...)(More)
The OSGi platform is designed to make Java software extensible at runtime. This undeniably presents a great interest in several domains like embedded platforms or enterprise application servers. However, securing the deployment of the OSGi components, or bundles, proves to be a major challenge. The current approach consists in digitally signing the bundles(More)
— In the context of ambient networks where each small device must trust its neighborhood rather than a fixed network, we propose in this paper a trust management framework based upon social patterns. As in human interaction model, our proposal builds trust using history elements of past interactions with a local reputation model. The main features of our(More)
In the context of ambient networks, this article describes a cryptographic protocol called Common History Extraction (CHE) protocol implementing a trust management framework. All the nodes are supposed to share the same cryptographic algorithms and protocols. An entity called imprinting station provides them with two pairs of pub-lic/private keys derived(More)
In the context of ambient networks where each small device must trust its neighborhood rather than a fixed network, we propose in this paper a \textit{trust management framework} inspired by known social patterns and based on the following statements: each mobile constructs itself a local level of trust what means that it does not accept recommendation by(More)
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