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CS Professor Dr.Amos Omondi Publishes New Book About on Cryptography

SUNY Koreaㅣ2019-11-27 17:01

Dr. Amos Omondi, a research professor in the Computer Science Department at SUNY Korea, recently published a new book titled Cryptography Arithmetic: Algorithms and Hardware Architectures, advancing cryptography research. 


The new book discusses modern cryptosystems that are used in numerous applications that require secrecy, security, or privacy such as electronic mail, financial transactions, medical record keeping, government affairs, social media, and so forth. Such systems are based on sophisticated mathematics and algorithms, but at the lowest level (i.e., chip level) of implementation, computer arithmetic. Dr. Omondi’s book explores such arithmetic.


The new book was published in 2019 by Springer, a division of Springer-Nature, one of the world’s leading publishers of scientific and technical journals and books. 


Dr. Amos Omondi is the author of several books, including three on computer arithmetic: Computer Arithmetic Systems (Prentice-Hall, 1994), Residue Number Systems (Imperial College Press, 2007), and Computer-Hardware Evaluation of Mathematical Functions (Imperial College Press, 2015).



Book information: OMONDI, A. (2019). CRYPTOGRAPHY ARITHMETIC. [S.l.]: SPRINGER NATURE.


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Written by Sungwon Hyun

Edited by Leanne Patterson-Shin