By Kenji Koyama, Yukio Tsuruoka, Noboru Kunihiro (auth.), Kwok-Yan Lam, Eiji Okamoto, Chaoping Xing (eds.)
Asiacrypt’99 was once held in Singapore on 14-18 November 1999. Asiacrypt is likely one of the significant occasions within the cryptology examine group. Asiacrypt’99, the ?fth annual Asiacrypt convention, was once backed by means of the Asiacrypt steerage Comm- tee and the Centre for structures protection of the nationwide college of Singapore, and in cooperation with the overseas organization for Cryptology examine. because the software Co-Chairs of Asiacrypt’99, we're tremendous commemorated to or- nize this occasion, which showcases the cutting-edge improvement of cryptology study on the end of this millennium. This yr, a complete of ninety six learn papers have been submitted to Asiacrypt’99. The portfolio of nation of starting place of submissions serves as a great indicator of the - ternational popularity of the convention. nations from which submissions or- inated contain: Australia, Belgium, China, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, India, Iran, Japan, Korea, Norway, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland, Sin- pore, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, The Netherlands, Turkey, Ukraine, united kingdom, united states and Yugoslavia. via a stringent refereeing technique by way of this system C- mittee, 31 papers of exceptional caliber have been permitted and are incorporated within the convention complaints. permitted papers have been authored through researchers from the subsequent nations: Australia, Belgium, France, Germany, India, Japan, China, Singapore, Switzerland, Taiwan, The Netherlands, united kingdom, and USA.
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Advances in Cryptology - ASIACRYPT’99: International Conference on the Theory and Application of Cryptology and Information Security, Singapore, November 14-18, 1999. Proceedings by Kenji Koyama, Yukio Tsuruoka, Noboru Kunihiro (auth.), Kwok-Yan Lam, Eiji Okamoto, Chaoping Xing (eds.)