Quantum cryptography and V A Kotel'nikov's one-time key and sampling theorems

  title={Quantum cryptography and V A Kotel'nikov's one-time key and sampling theorems},
  author={Sergei N. Molotkov},
  pages={750 - 761}
cryptography were substantially reinforced with young graduates from the leading higher educational institutions of our country. A special branch was set up at the Mechanics and Mathematics Department of Moscow State University for training future experts in mathematics and cryptography. A higher educational institution was simultaneously organized for training cryptographers and specialists in mathematical, physicotechnical, communications, and related areas; its successor is now the Institute… 
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