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 CSE P 590TU: Practical Aspects of Modern Cryptography
 Winter 2006

Welcome to Practical Aspects of Modern Cryptography, Winter 2006
University of Washington CSE P 590TU



Basic Facts:


There is no assigned textbook for this course but you might find one or more of the following texts useful:

Homework Assignments:

Assignments will be posted every week before class, and will be due one week later, before class. No late submissions will be accepted, as the problems will be discussed during lecture.

The assignments are posted in PDF and Postscript formats.  Adobe Acrobat Reader is a free PDF reader available for a wide variety of platforms, you can find it here.  Postscript can be viewed with Ghostview (on Unix/Linux machines), GSView (on Windows) or MacGSView (for Macs); all of which may be found here.

Turn-in should be on paper (by hand), or electronicaly (by email or web-based). Accepted file formats for electronic turn-in are:


Class Mailing List:


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