Designing a Pseudo-Random Bit Generator with a Novel 5D-Hyperchaotic System

@article{Nguyen2021DesigningAP,
  title={Designing a Pseudo-Random Bit Generator with a Novel 5D-Hyperchaotic System},
  author={Ngoc-Tu Nguyen and Toan Q. Bui and Ghyslain Gagnon and Pascal Giard and Georges Kaddoum},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2105.08896}
}
Dynamic and non-linear systems are emerging as potential candidates for random bit generation. In this context, chaotic systems, which are both dynamic and stochastic, are particularly suitable. This paper introduces a new continuous chaotic system along with its corresponding implementation, which targets field-programmable gate array (FPGA). This chaotic system has five dimensions, which exhibit complex chaotic dynamics, thus enabling the utilization of chaotic signals in cryptography. A… Expand

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