
SIMON
 Referenced in 98 articles
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 Simon is a family of lightweight block ciphers publicly released by the National Security Agency ... software implementations. Simon is a balanced Feistel cipher (wikipedia...

XTEA
 Referenced in 36 articles
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 designed to correct weaknesses in TEA. The cipher’s designers were David Wheeler and Roger ... XTEA is a 64bit block Feistel cipher with...

Twofish
 Referenced in 35 articles
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 from the SAFER family of ciphers. Twofish has a Feistel structure like DES. .. (wikipedia...

Lilliput
 Referenced in 9 articles
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 propose a new lightweight block cipher: Lilliput. While Generalized Feistel Networks (GFNs) have been widely ... building block of a block cipher, we recall in this paper the results ... class of such schemes called Extended Generalized Feistel Networks well suited for cryptographic applications ... this particular construction into a lightweight block cipher called Lilliput analyzing its security...

TWINE
 Referenced in 36 articles
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 paper presents a 64bit lightweight block cipher TWINE supporting 80 and 128bit keys ... mainly originates from the use of generalized Feistel with many subblocks combined with a recent...

SNAKE
 Referenced in 2 articles
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 block cipher: SNAKE with provable resistance against DC and LC attacks”, in: Proc. 1997 Korea ... family there are two types of Feistel ciphers, SNAKE(1) and SNAKE(2), with different...

SAND
 Referenced in 1 article
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 SAND: an ANDRX Feistel lightweight block cipher supporting Sboxbased security evaluations ... family of lightweight ANDRX block ciphers. To overcome the difficulty regarding security evaluation, SAND ... stateofart Feistel lightweight ciphers. As to software performance, due to the natural bitslice...

MacGuffin
 Referenced in 4 articles
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 MacGuffin block cipher algorithm. This paper introduces MacGuffin, a 64 bit “codebook” blockcipher. Many ... Standard (DES). It is based on a Feistel network, in which the cleartext is split ... keyed function of the other. Previous block ciphers of this design, such as DES, operate ... generalized unbalanced Feistel network (GUFN) in which each round of the cipher modifies only...

CHAM
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 constrained devices. The family consists of three ciphers, CHAM64/128, CHAM128/128 ... which are of the generalized 4branch Feistel structure based on ARX (Addition, Rotation...

BelT
 Referenced in 1 article
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 national block cipher encryption standard of the Republic of Belarus ... bits. BelT combines a Feistel network with a LaiMassey scheme to build ... function 8 times to construct the whole cipher. In this paper, we present integral attacks...

DBlock
 Referenced in 1 article
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 propose a new family of block ciphers named DBlock. It consists of three variants which ... DBlock successfully combines the advantages of Feistel and Type2 generalized Feistel structures together. Also...

MiniSat
 Referenced in 565 articles
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 An extensible SATsolver. MiniSat is a minimalistic...

SageMath
 Referenced in 1970 articles
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 Sage (SageMath) is free, opensource math software...

SINGULAR
 Referenced in 1504 articles
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 SINGULAR is a Computer Algebra system (CAS) for...

KASUMI
 Referenced in 20 articles
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 KASUMI is a block cipher used in UMTS...

CLEFIA
 Referenced in 66 articles
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 CLEFIA is an efficient, highly secure block cipher...

CPLEX
 Referenced in 2766 articles
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 IBM® ILOG® CPLEX® offers C, C++, Java, .NET...

Gurobi
 Referenced in 679 articles
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 GUROBI OPTIMIZER: State of the Art Mathematical Programming...

LBlock
 Referenced in 45 articles
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 LBlock: a lightweight block cipher. In this paper...

ARIA
 Referenced in 21 articles
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 The smallest ARIA module with 16bit architecture...