Cryptographic pseudo-random sequences from the chaotic Hénon map

  title={Cryptographic pseudo-random sequences from the chaotic H{\'e}non map},
  author={Madhekar Suneel},
  • M. Suneel
  • Published 6 April 2006
  • Computer Science, Physics, Mathematics
  • Sadhana
A scheme for pseudo-random binary sequence generation based on the two-dimensional discrete-time Hénon map is proposed. Properties of the proposed sequences pertaining to linear complexity, linear complexity profile, correlation and auto-correlation are investigated. All these properties of the sequences suggest a strong resemblance to random sequences. Results of statistical testing of the sequences are found encouraging. An estimate of the keyspace size is presented. 
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