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The book is an absolute pleasure to read. The discoursive style makes what surely can be considered as a hard subject smooth and easily flowing. The subject is very well covered and the structure of the book is just fine, even for self-study. Algorithms, encryption methods, mathematical theorems are nicely and elegantly explained and no previous knowledge is necessary in any of the fields.

At the end of many explanations or proofs I found myself stunned by the brevity and beauty of the argument. I enjoyed also the nice software support and exercise coming with the books. The book presents modern cryptography in a way that anyone can understand and makes even the most difficult of subjects easy to learn. It does present in depth math analysis of various ciphers, so read it thoroughly is a must!

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This book may be a good reference--maybe--, but there tends to be a lot of glossing over, with core concepts of complex things being left unexplained. They're probably obvious to someone more versed in the field, but for an "Introduction" book I'd hope for a bit more. On the other hand, certain parts of this book were quite solid.

Just don't expect to use it as your only reference. I am using this book in a senior eletrical engineering course. This is an excellentally written text, though very mathematically. Even though it recommmends a calculus based course in Probability I would recommend a you also have a good grasp on working with modulus or mod n. Showing Rating details.

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Dec 14, Rod Hilton rated it really liked it Shelves: Introduction to Cryptography with Coding Theory is a very math-heavy, but excellent and readable text on Cryptography. As compared to the standard text, Applied Cryptography by Bruce Schneier, ItCwCT is very light on implementation details and code examples, and much heavier on the fundamental mathematical basis for various encryption schemes.

Normally a book that skews this heavy toward the theory is one I won't like, but ItCwCT avoids the mistake of many other theoretical textbooks by providing Introduction to Cryptography with Coding Theory is a very math-heavy, but excellent and readable text on Cryptography.

Normally a book that skews this heavy toward the theory is one I won't like, but ItCwCT avoids the mistake of many other theoretical textbooks by providing many examples of applying the theory it just does so in terms of math, not code , and is extremely readable and well paced.

Very rarely did I feel confused by the text, and overall I think the ideas are presented very well. ItCwCT is wider in scope than Schneier's book as well. Most of these topics get a brief mention, if any at all, in Schneier's book, and ItCwCT goes very deep in all of these topics. I think Applied Cryptography works well as an introduction to cryptography, maybe for Undergrads, but ItCwCT works much better as an advanced, graduate text, while remaining readable and understandable even for undergrads.

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