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Analysis, modeling and implementation of physical random number generators for distributed measurement systems with asymmetric resources

Paweł Czernik

Abstract

The subject of the thesis is the analysis, modeling and implementation of physical random number generators for distributed measurement systems with asymmetric resources. Such systems are the networks created by a small, stand-alone terminals, called the measuring nodes. Communication in these systems is realized using radio waves. Battery-powered in these measuring nodes is associated with a very limited energy resources. In such systems, there are also restrictions key parameters such as: memory, processing power, bit rate of data transfer and transmission range. These networks, in many cases require a high level of security. use of the true random generator in these systems allows the implementation of cryptographic algorithms, providing a high level of cryptographic security.
Record ID
WUT312de29ea239405e819c999ca61a09d0
Diploma type
Doctor of Philosophy
Author
Paweł Czernik Paweł Czernik,, The Institute of Radioelectronics and Multimedia Technology (FEIT/IRMT)Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology (FEIT)
Title in Polish
Analiza, modelowanie i realizacja fizycznych generatorów liczb losowych do zastosowań w rozproszonych systemach pomiarowych o asymetrycznych zasobach
Title in English
Analysis, modeling and implementation of physical random number generators for distributed measurement systems with asymmetric resources
Language
(pl) Polish
Certifying Unit
Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology (FEIT)
Discipline
electronics / (technology domain) / (technological sciences)
Status
Finished
Defense Date
01-07-2014
Title date
23-09-2014
Supervisor
Internal reviewers
External reviewers
Wojciech Toczek Wojciech Toczek,, External affiliation of publication: Gdańsk University of Technology
Pages
159
Keywords in English
distributed measurement and control systems, cryprography, random number generators, theory of smooth dynamic systems, chaos theory
Abstract in English
The subject of the thesis is the analysis, modeling and implementation of physical random number generators for distributed measurement systems with asymmetric resources. Such systems are the networks created by a small, stand-alone terminals, called the measuring nodes. Communication in these systems is realized using radio waves. Battery-powered in these measuring nodes is associated with a very limited energy resources. In such systems, there are also restrictions key parameters such as: memory, processing power, bit rate of data transfer and transmission range. These networks, in many cases require a high level of security. use of the true random generator in these systems allows the implementation of cryptographic algorithms, providing a high level of cryptographic security.
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Uniform Resource Identifier
https://repo.pw.edu.pl/info/phd/WUT312de29ea239405e819c999ca61a09d0/
URN
urn:pw-repo:WUT312de29ea239405e819c999ca61a09d0

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