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Without a proof or defitnion of "randomness", why can so many Japanese IT engineers proceed works?
Basically, Japanese IT engineers should obey "idea of genious" rather than implicit habits or culture or a kind of religion.
If Japanese IT engineers adopted the imported technology to the life of Japanese citizens directly, it could be called as a kind of criminal. Do you recognize that?
The method to realize "randomness" is the method to generate unpredictable series that is difficult to be found out characteristics or trends. The mathematical proof have not been provided yet.
A definition of randomness is a definition of a humanity.
>> Hi all,
>> I've posted new revision of draft-kanno-ipsecme-camellia-xcbc.
>> I summarize modifications.
>> 1. Added TVs.
>> Comments about our document would be welcome.
>> We plan to make this draft to next step 'Publication Request' within two
>> new version of I-D, draft-kanno-ipsecme-camellia-xcbc-01.txt has been
>> successfuly submitted by Akihiro Kato and posted to the IETF repository.
>> Filename: draft-kanno-ipsecme-camellia-xcbc
>> Revision: 01
>> Title: The Camellia-XCBC-96 and Camellia-XCBC-PRF-128 Algorithms and Its
>> Use with IPsec
>> Creation_date: 2009-09-09
>> WG ID: Independent Submission
>> Number_of_pages: 11
>> This memo specifies two new algorithms. One is the usage of XCBC
>> mode with Camellia block cipher on the authentication mechanism of
>> the IPsec Encapsulating Security Payload and Authentication Header
>> protocols. This algorithm is called Camellia-XCBC-96. Latter is
>> pseudo-random function based on XCBC with Camellia block cipher for
>> Internet Key Exchange. This algorithm is called Camellia-XCBC-PRF-
>> The IETF Secretariat.
>> - KATO Akihiro
>> + NTT Software Corporation
>> akato (at) po (dot) ntts (d0t) co (dot) jp move to
>> kato (d0t) akihiro (at) po (dot) ntts (d0t) co (dot) jp
>> at July 1,2009
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