Looking Back—My Life as a Mathematician and Cryptographer
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In this paper, I look back at my career as a mathematician and mathematical cryptographer, mainly concentrating on my student days and the early parts of my career. I also discuss my research philosophy and what I mean by the term “combinatorial cryptography.” Along the way, I recall some influential people, books and papers.
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