Journal of Discrete Mathematical Sciences and Cryptography
Taylor & Francis
About: Journal of Discrete Mathematical Sciences and Cryptography is an academic journal published by Taylor & Francis. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Computer science & Vertex (graph theory). It has an ISSN identifier of 0972-0529. Over the lifetime, 1742 publications have been published receiving 6819 citations. The journal is also known as: Journal of discrete mathematical sciences and cryptography.
Papers published on a yearly basis
TL;DR: The Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) prediction of confirmed, deceased and recovered cases will help to plan resources, determine government policy, and provide survivors with immunity passports, and use the same plasma for care.
Abstract: Predicting the probability of CORONA virus outbreak has been studied in recent days, but the published literature seldom contains multiple model comparisons or predictive analysis of uncertainty. T...
TL;DR: The identity verification process attempts to maximize success in interpreting the EPR protocol for distribution of Quantum, which leads to unbelievable increment in computational parallelism which is helpful for potential cryptanalytic attacks.
Abstract: Quantum Cryptography is revolutionary discovery in the field of network security. Quantum cryptography promises to provide sophisticated functionality for security issues but it also leads ...
TL;DR: In this paper, the fundamental relation on hypergroups, hypermodules, and hypergroups is considered, and some functors between the categories of hypergroups and hypermodules are constructed.
Abstract: The purpose of this note is the study categories of hypergroups and hypermodules, especially Hv -groups and Hv -modules In this regards, first we introduce several categories of hypergroups and hypermodules by considering various structures of hypergroups and hypermodules and various types of homomorphisms of them Then we investigate the basic objects of these categories such as kernel, cokernel, product, coproduct and etc Finally, we construct some functors between the categories of hypermodules and hypergroups In particular, we consider the fundamental relation on hypergroups, hypermodules, and construct some functors from the categories of hypergroups and hypermodules to the categories of hypergroups and hypermodules
TL;DR: The notion of an m-polar fuzzy line graph is introduced and some of its properties are investigated, and an application of m- polar fuzzy graphs is presented.
Abstract: We first introduce the concepts of regular m-polar fuzzy graphs, totally regular m-polar fuzzy graphs and complete m-polar fuzzy graphs. We investigate some of their related properties. Next, we in...