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A Random Bit Generator Using Chaotic Maps

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A Random Bit Generator Using Chaotic Maps
Chaotic systems have many interesting features such as sensitivity on initial condition and system parameter, ergodicity and mixing properties. In this paper, we exploit these interesting properties of chaotic systems to design a random bit generator, called CCCBG, in which two chaotic systems are cross-coupled with each other. To evaluate the randomness of the bit streams generated by the CCCBG, the four basic tests: monobit test, serial test, auto-correlation, Poker test and the most stringent tests of randomness: the NIST suite tests have been performed. As a result no patterns have been observed in the bit streams generated by the proposed CCCBG. The proposed CCCBG can be used in many applications requiring random binary sequences and also in the design of secure cryptosystems.
Narendra K. Pareek, Vinod Patidar, Krishan K. Sud
Added 18 May 2011
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where IJNSEC
Authors Narendra K. Pareek, Vinod Patidar, Krishan K. Sud
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