12 May 2007 Fisher-Schroedinger models for statistical encryption of covert information
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Abstract
The theoretical framework for a principled procedure to encrypt/decrypt covert information (code)into/from the null spaces of a hierarchy of statistical distributions possessing ill-conditioned eigenstructures, is suggested. The statistical distributions are inferred using incomplete constraints, employing the generalized nonextensive thermostatistics (NET) Fisher information as the measure of uncertainty. The hierarchy of inferred statistical distributions possess a quantum mechanical connotation for unit values of the nonextensivity parameter. A systematic strategy to encrypt/decrypt code via unitary projections into the null spaces of the ill-conditioned eigenstructures, is presented.
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R. C. Venkatesan, "Fisher-Schroedinger models for statistical encryption of covert information", Proc. SPIE 6573, Quantum Information and Computation V, 65730O (12 May 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.720877; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.720877
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