Modular exponentiation methods in cryptography

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2017
Yünüak, Hasan Bartu
Modular exponentiation has an important role in many cryptographic algorithms. These exponentiation methods differ in the bases used and their representations, the repeating aspect, and for which algorithms they are used for: fixed or variable base. Our research aims to compare the efficiencies and implementation timings for some selected algorithms. Also, we look at the options for using a dedicated cubing algorithm, and compare them with the current algorithms.

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H. B. Yünüak, “Modular exponentiation methods in cryptography,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2017.