
 PublicKey Cryptosystems Based on 3rdOrder (Site not responding. Last check: 20071107) 
  Designing cryptosystems that meet requirements of communication bandwidth, information rate, computational speed, and various security strategies, has become a very challenging task for researchers. 
  In the most widely used modern cryptosystems, such as the RSA [18], the DiffieHellman publickey distribution scheme [3], the ElGamal cryptosystem [5] and DSS [16], increasing the size of the modulus is necessary in order to strengthen their security. 
  In the literature, there is another family of publickey cryptosystems similar to RSA, DH, and ElGamal publickey cryptosystems, which are called the Dickson polynomial scheme [13, 14, 15] or LUC [20, 21], respectively. 
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