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Engineering

VIRTUAL ERROR-CORRECTING CODING
Kotenko V.V.

A distinctive feature of virtualization error-correcting coding is implemented the ability to solve complex problems of noise immunity and cryptographic protection. This feature is supported by the results of the experiment in Table 1. The experiment was performed using NIST STS package.

Table 1. Results of experiment

Virtual coding,

protection algorithm

Source

The amount of testing where testing took place more than 99% sequences

The amount of testing where testing took place more than 96% sequences

Hamming (15,11)

txt

129(68%) - 147(77%)

183(96%) - 185(97%)

Hamming (15,11)

mp3

124(65%) - 150(79%)

182(96%) - 185(97%)

Hamming (15,11)

mp4

122(64%) - 151(79%)

183(96%) - 185(97%)

CRC32

txt

129(68%) - 151(79%)

185(97%) - 189(100%)

CRC32

mp3

135(71%) - 153(80%)

188(99%) - 189(100%)

CRC32

mp4

134(70%) - 148(78%)

187(98%) - 189(100%)

Reed-Solomon

txt

135(71%) - 153(80%)

187(98%) - 189(100%)

Reed-Solomon

mp3

124(65%) - 147(77%)

186(98%) - 189(100%)

Reed-Solomon

mp4

132(69%) - 151(79%)

183(96%) - 188(99%)

aes256-cbc

txt

131(69%) - 152(80%)

186(98%) - 189(100%)

aes256-cbc

mp3

129(68%) - 151(79%)

187(98%) - 189(100%)

aes256-cbc

mp4

128(67%) - 147(77%)

184(97%) - 189(100%)

 

Analysis of the results shows that the virtual noiseless coding ensures the effectiveness of cryptographic protection, comparable with the efficiency of modern standards of cryptographic protection.



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Bibliographic reference

Kotenko V.V. VIRTUAL ERROR-CORRECTING CODING. International Journal Of Applied And Fundamental Research. – 2016. – № 2 –
URL: www.science-sd.com/464-25190 (16.06.2024).