Memristor based ring oscillators true random number generator with different window functions for applications in cryptography

@inproceedings{Hashim2019MemristorBR,
  title={Memristor based ring oscillators true random number generator with different window functions for applications in cryptography},
  author={Noor Alia Nor Hashim and Julius Teo Han Loong and Azrul Ghazali and Fazrena Azlee Hamid},
  year={2019}
}
Received Sep 27, 2018 Revised Nov 26, 2018 Accepted Dec 8, 2018 Cryptographic applications require numbers that are random and pseudorandom. Keys must be produced in a random manner in order to be used in common cryptosystems. Random or pseudorandom inputs at different terminals are also required in a lot of cryptographic protocols. For example, producing digital signatures using supporting quantities or in verification procedures that requires generating challenges. Random number generation is… CONTINUE READING

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