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2020-05-29 15:58:38 +0100 | asked a question | binary value of an irreducible polynomial if i defined the following finite field then i've generated it's irreducible polynomial how can i get the binary representation of this polynomial ? |

2020-05-17 00:14:36 +0100 | asked a question | Elliptic curve over 16-bit binary field how can i generate and use elliptic curve over 16-bit binary field. |

2020-05-07 00:11:47 +0100 | asked a question | Displaying Z-coordinate of the Elliptic curve points when i generate an elliptic curve and work with it's points. it is always displaying with Z-coordinate =1 as following: as shown Z-coordinate always = 1. can i work with points with it's normal (original) Z- component ?? |

2020-04-28 20:17:53 +0100 | asked a question | I need to represent the Elliptic curve point in projective coordinate with Z coordinate has value not normalized 1 the points over elliptic curve defined over finite field always displayed in projective coordinates (X:Y:Z) with normalised Z component ( always Z = 1). i need points to be in normal projective coordinates ( Z component not always 1 ) |

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2020-04-27 10:54:02 +0100 | commented answer | how can i convert the elliptic curve point representation it is worked fine. can i generate points directly with integer representation >> make E.random_point() generate random points in integer representation |

2020-04-27 02:12:02 +0100 | asked a question | how can i convert the elliptic curve point representation i've created an Elliptic curve over finite field GF(2^101). when i generate a random point on this curve is appear as the following representation. p1=(z101^99 + z101^98 + z101^97 + z101^96 + z101^95 + z101^94 + z101^92 + z101^91 + z101^90 + z101^89 + z101^87 + z101^86 + z101^84 + z101^80 + z101^79 + z101^77 + z101^74 + z101^73 + z101^72 + z101^70 + z101^66 + z101^65 + z101^63 + z101^61 + z101^59 + z101^57 + z101^56 + z101^55 + z101^52 + z101^51 + z101^49 + z101^47 + z101^41 + z101^40 + z101^38 + z101^36 + z101^30 + z101^29 + z101^28 + z101^27 + z101^25 + z101^23 + z101^20 + z101^18 + z101^15 + z101^14 + z101^10 + z101^3 + z101^2 + z101 + 1 : z101^100 + z101^99 + z101^96 + z101^90 + z101^88 + z101^87 + z101^85 + z101^82 + z101^81 + z101^72 + z101^70 + z101^69 + z101^68 + z101^67 + z101^66 + z101^62 + z101^60 + z101^59 + z101^58 + z101^53 + z101^52 + z101^50 + z101^49 + z101^48 + z101^46 + z101^45 + z101^44 + z101^43 + z101^42 + z101^40 + z101^39 + z101^37 + z101^36 + z101^34 + z101^32 + z101^27 + z101^26 + z101^25 + z101^23 + z101^15 + z101^13 + z101^12 + z101^9 + z101^7 + z101^3 : 1). i need this point coordinates to be numbers not polynomials. any recommendations? |

2019-12-24 02:40:05 +0100 | commented answer | Sagemath 8.9 installation problem on ubuntu 18.04 when i did so it has been crashed and generated a report that i have sent to sage-support@googlegroups.com it is working fine when i use sudo ./sage any recommendations ? |

2019-12-23 17:56:53 +0100 | asked a question | Sagemath 8.9 installation problem on ubuntu 18.04 i am trying to install Sagemath 8.9 on ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS. i am doing the following : downloaded the sage-8.9-Ubuntu_18.04-x86_64.tar.bz2 . extracted it (with no sudo permission) using
tar xvf sage-8.9-Ubuntu_18.04-x86_64.tar.bz2 - cd into the extracted directory named Sagemath and run
make as mentioned in the readme file .. it takes long time then gve me the following error: [dochtml] OSError: [Errno 13] Permission denied: '/home/hassan/.sage/cache/tmpwpNzXa'
Makefile:2038: recipe for target 'doc-html' failed
make[3]: real 1m8.422s user 0m40.632s sys 0m3.585s Error building Sage. The following package(s) may have failed to build (not necessarily during this run of 'make all-start'): The build directory may contain configuration files and other potentially helpful information. WARNING: if you now run 'make' again, the build directory will, by default, be deleted. Set the environment variable SAGE_KEEP_BUILT_SPKGS to 'yes' to prevent this. Makefile:31: recipe for target 'all-start' failed
make[1]: |

2019-10-15 11:13:47 +0100 | commented question | inverse binary string bit by bit no it is not a homework. it is related to sage as for example i am working with cryptography >> Rijndael-GF block cipher which sometimes i need to use binary key, message and ciphers. anyway i've found a function that do this role as following; # toggleBit() returns an integer with the bit at 'offset' inverted, 0 -> 1 and 1 -> 0. def toggleBit(int_type, offset): mask = 1 << offset return(int_type ^ mask) |

2019-10-13 10:54:04 +0100 | asked a question | inverse binary string bit by bit if i have a binary string for example x='0110101' and i need to inverse it's bits bit by bit. for example : inverse 1st bit >> x='1110101' inverse 2nd bit >> x='0010101' 3rd bit >> x='0100101' and so on. how can i do that. |

2019-10-07 10:51:28 +0100 | asked a question | Sagemath 8.8 crash on startup on windows 10 i've just installed sagemath 8.8 on windows 10 with trendmicro office scan installed. after installation and when double click on SageMath icon it is launched and then crash and closed without any error messages. i've tried to add SageMath paths to be excluded from antivirus and doesn't work also .. |

2019-10-03 11:21:32 +0100 | asked a question | Can I control number of rounds of Rijndael-GF class for Rijndael-GF class which is implementation of AES cipher we define block size and key size but can't control number of round. is there any way to modify number of rounds. for example AES with 4 rounds or 6 rounds ? |

2019-07-21 11:11:29 +0100 | commented answer | elliptic curve point multiplicative inverse sorry if the question is not clear. i will explain based on your example. given the point P. if i perform scalar multiplication 3*P that will give a new point say P2. my request is to how to calculate P from P2 .. can i make inverse scalar multiplication of P2 by 3 to get the original point P . |

2019-07-16 12:06:46 +0100 | asked a question | elliptic curve point multiplicative inverse is that possible to calculate the multiplicative inverse for an elliptic curve point . for example X is a point i need to calculate inverse of X such that X*X^-1 give me unity. |

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2019-07-08 10:12:37 +0100 | asked a question | overflowerror: range() result has too many items i am working with elliptic cure NIST p-521. i am trying to do loop with the syntax " for i in range (n): ". but n is too large for ex: n= 6864797660130609714981900799081393217269435300143305409394463459185543183397653210140554620662074004704518954203785444253993810126864972419532086575239231303. which give the error overflowerror: range() result has too many items . |

2019-07-06 22:11:41 +0100 | commented answer | how can i export an elliptic curve over finite field values as a look up table. i've followed these steps but there is an issue. as i work on NIST-P521 curve so it's order is very large number so i am receiving the following error OverflowError:range() result too many items is there a way to solve this |

2019-07-02 14:14:18 +0100 | asked a question | how can i export an elliptic curve over finite field values as a look up table. i need to export an elliptic curve over finite field after it's generated as a lookup table.. like two columns ( finite field element, it's output point after multiplied by the generator point of the curve). how can i do this? |

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