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A Lightweight Post-Quantum Lattice-Based RSA for Secure Communications. / Mustafa, Iqra; Khan, Imran Ullah; Aslam, Sheraz; Sajid, Ahthasham; Mohsin, Syed Muhammad; Awais, Muhammad; Qureshi, Muhammad Bilal.

In: IEEE Access, 08.06.2020, p. 99273-99285.

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Mustafa, I, Khan, IU, Aslam, S, Sajid, A, Mohsin, SM, Awais, M & Qureshi, MB 2020, 'A Lightweight Post-Quantum Lattice-Based RSA for Secure Communications', IEEE Access, pp. 99273-99285. https://doi.org/10.1109/ACCESS.2020.2995801

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Mustafa, I., Khan, I. U., Aslam, S., Sajid, A., Mohsin, S. M., Awais, M., & Qureshi, M. B. (2020). A Lightweight Post-Quantum Lattice-Based RSA for Secure Communications. IEEE Access, 99273-99285. https://doi.org/10.1109/ACCESS.2020.2995801

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Mustafa I, Khan IU, Aslam S, Sajid A, Mohsin SM, Awais M et al. A Lightweight Post-Quantum Lattice-Based RSA for Secure Communications. IEEE Access. 2020 Jun 8;99273-99285. https://doi.org/10.1109/ACCESS.2020.2995801

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Mustafa, Iqra ; Khan, Imran Ullah ; Aslam, Sheraz ; Sajid, Ahthasham ; Mohsin, Syed Muhammad ; Awais, Muhammad ; Qureshi, Muhammad Bilal. / A Lightweight Post-Quantum Lattice-Based RSA for Secure Communications. In: IEEE Access. 2020 ; pp. 99273-99285.

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