Tangled up in Blue

February 14, 2016

spunwebOut of frustration at my limitations & lack of progress I’ve posted a second, premature draft.
I fear it’s just getting worse? Unfinished, unsure of the validity of definitions, way out of my depth. It’s a mess but my lack of skill knows little shame so here ’tis anyhow, a work in progress… comment welcome.

Real Permutations yield Sticky Predicates with Input Obfuscation & Poly Pre-Image Span

“A novel cryptographic primitive (ATYP) is presented in form of a symmetric stream cipher derived from an iterated, fractal, trapdoor permutation with polynomial pre-image span (PPS) and input obfuscation (iO). The described fractal transform outputs a Real numbered hash function which maintains an enfolding, parameterized, information conserving Boolean identity. Binary modulation of the hash identity is mediated via forward-feed of an inverse-error dependent, deterministic variable. The forward-feed operating as an avalanche secure pseudo-random generator (PRG), consequent to the inverse function’s ternary, step-wise, floating point error and the concurrent, ternary-permissive, binary integration of plain-text. Taken together, the enfolding hash identity and its associated trapdoor allow an invertible bijection. Somewhat counter-intuitively, the hash function’s pre image correlation is shown to enhance key strength in the setting of PPS.”


So now I’m going back again
I got to get her somehow
All the people we used to know
They’re an illusion to me now
Some are mathematicians
Some are carpenter’s wives
Don’t know how it all got started
I don’t what they do with their lives
But me, I’m still on the road
Heading for another joint
We always did feel the same
We just saw it from a different point of view
Tangled up in blue

Bob Dylan

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2 Responses to “Tangled up in Blue”

  1. Peter Mander Says:

    Great song, always liked those lyrics and the sentiment they express.

    Liked by 1 person


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