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Re: coding and nnet's
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In article <[email protected]>,
Perry E. Metzger <[email protected]> wrote:
> > Perhaps neural nets could be used in an unknown plain text, brute force
> > attack to automatically select possible decryptions for human examination.
> > I don't know of any papers on the subject.
> I remember seeing a good paper by our own David Wagner on how to do
> this without anything more than some ordinary statistics -- no
> complicated junk required. David, if you are reading this, could you
for a paper by Steve Bellovin & me on doing plaintext recognition
with ordinary statistics.
It has nothing to do with neural networks, though....
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