A Design of Reliable True Random Number Generator for Cryptographic Applications

@inproceedings{Bagini1999ADO,
  title={A Design of Reliable True Random Number Generator for Cryptographic Applications},
  author={Vittorio Bagini and Marco Bucci},
  booktitle={CHES},
  year={1999}
}
The scheme of a device that should have a simple and reliable implementation and that, under simply verifiable conditions, should generate a true random binary sequence is defined. Some tricks are used to suppress bias and correlation so that the desired statistical properties are obtained without using any pseudorandom transformation. The proposed scheme is well represented by an analytic model that describes the system behaviour both under normal conditions and when different failures occur… CONTINUE READING
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