Encryption using cellular automata chain-rules


Chain rules are maximally chaotic CA rules that can be constructed at random to provide a huge number of encryption keys — where the the CA is run backwards to encrypt, forwards to decrypt. The methods are based on the reverse algorithm and the Z-parameter [5]. 1 The CA reverse algorithm and basins of attraction In the simplest cellular automata [4], each… (More)


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