The Future of van der Waals Force-Enabled Technology Transfer into the Aerospace Marketplace
- EconomicsNanotube Superfiber Materials
Neal Koblitz is my kind of guy. How do I know? I’ve never met him, never even saw him on a platform at the AMS or MAA. But I’ve just read his memoir, Random Curves. He doesn’t pull his punches. He…
Review of Random Curves by Neal Koblitz
- Mathematics, Computer ScienceCryptologia
Neal Koblitz is co-inventor of elliptic curve cryptosystems, and has written two books and several articles on applications of number theory in cryptography.
Obstacles to the torsion-subgroup attack on the decision Diffie-Hellman Problem
- Mathematics, Computer ScienceMath. Comput.
Cheng and Uchiyama show that if one is given an elliptic curve, depending on a prime p, that is defined over a number field and has certain properties, then one can solve the Decision Diffie-Hellman…