### Table 3. Resistance to Cryptanalysis for Networks

1996

"... In PAGE 28: ... 8673. Summary of Results In Table3 , for SPNs of 8 rounds, we have summarized lower bounds on the values of 7868... In PAGE 29: ... Results are presented for networks using permutations from the set 5 and for networks using a linear transformation of the form of equation (23). Note that the analysis of Table3 is equally applicable to the decryption as well as the encryption network. (This is important since the decryption network may also be attacked using either cryptanalysis method.... ..."

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### Table 3. Resistance to Cryptanalysis for Networks

1994

"... In PAGE 28: ... a36a38a37 . Summary of Results In Table3 , for SPNs of 8 rounds, we have summarized lower bounds on the values of a108 a40a39... In PAGE 29: ... Results are presented for networks using permutations from the set a115 and for networks using a linear transformation of the form of equation (23). Note that the analysis of Table3 is equally applicable to the decryption as well as the encryption network. (This is important since the decryption network may also be attacked using either cryptanalysis method.... ..."

### Table 1. Summary of the cryptanalysis of DES.

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### Table 12. Summary of the cryptanalysis of DES.

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### Table 1. The number of known plaintexts required to carry out the linear cryptanalysis

1998

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### Table 1. Summary of cryptanalysis results against some SSSC

2000

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### Table 1. Comparison of implementation results for symmetric key cryptanalysis

2006

"... In PAGE 10: ... 8. Precomputation time for half of the salts and for all salts as a function of the number of BEE2 modules Table1 compares our results with other hardware as well as software solutions. The only known hardware solution is [12] which attacked one 40-bit DES while our target was 25 56-bit DES blocks.... ..."

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### Table 2. Quantum Densities on the

1997

"... In PAGE 9: ...5 times that for the rods at the same retinal locus. Table2 shows a difference between rods and cones that Retina and at the Receptora Rods, 507 nm mean (mn 2 sd) (mn 1 sd) mean 0.64 0.... In PAGE 9: ...(2.4.4) of the second edition, Tl should be Tl8 and that the units for l are centimeters in the first edition and meters in the second.] The best estimate of the losses in the ocular media are given in Table2 , with the estimated effects on retinal illuminance and receptor excitation. The estimates of the losses within the ocular media fol- low Kraats et al.... ..."

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