Path: cactus.org!cs.utexas.edu!uunet!bonnie.concordia.ca!clyde.concordia.ca! + altitude!elevia!alain From: alain@elevia.UUCP (W.A.Simon) Newsgroups: sci.crypt Subject: Re: a key management scheme (longish) Message-ID: <1991Jul2.104614.11371@elevia.UUCP> Date: 2 Jul 91 10:46:14 GMT References: <1991Jun26.171120.3653@elevia.UUCP> <1991Jun26.222753.1543@agate. + berkeley.edu>
Organization: The W.A.Simon Wild Life Fund Lines: 15 In email@example.com (Arthur Rubin) writes: >I think braiding is a little better than Xor for text; probably no worse for >most inputs. I don't actually have any evidence for this, but, I have much >experience in information theory, and it seems reasonable. Thank you for the good word. The two stream braid is however quite a bit weaker than that. I have finally managed to think of a proof. You will find it in this group, under the subject line: "eating pretzels". The larger issue of braiding is still an interesting one, above two streams. >firstname.lastname@example.org -- William "Alain" Simon alain@elevia.UUCP Frank Zappa for President of the United States of North America!