The aim of the thesis is to anlayze linear algebra tools on which the Hill Cryptosystem is based. A special emphasis will be paid to connections between non-singularity, or slight deviations from non-singularity, of modular integer matrices and security of the system. Part of the work will be to implement the Hill Cryptosystem for various languages, as well as to run and analyze computer experiments regarding underlying matrices.
Student: Dáša Keszeghová
Supervisor: doc. RNDr. Tatiana Jajcayová, PhD.
Department: Department of Applied Informatics