multiplicative inverse


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multiplicative inverse

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Noun1.multiplicative inverse - (mathematics) one of a pair of numbers whose product is 1: the reciprocal of 2/3 is 3/2; the multiplicative inverse of 7 is 1/7
math, mathematics, maths - a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement
inverse, opposite - something inverted in sequence or character or effect; "when the direct approach failed he tried the inverse"
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In this paper, hardware of single iterated multiplicative inverse square root is implemented.
Moreover, for the special case of the multiplicative inverse, an alternative and exact formulation of the remainder is implemented.
It is the final value of this factor, the modular multiplicative inverse, that is the private key--29 in this case.
In the SAKDA [20], there has a special L which is the product of member tickets of all group members, and then the message contains the modular multiplicative inverse of L.
The use of CRT or MRC depends on selected moduli since multiplicative inverse should be computed in both methods.
SubByte transformation: (Sbox substitution) provides non linearity and confusion, constructed by multiplicative inverse and affine transformation.
Given any integer n and any number 'a' that is less than [2.sup.n], if 'a' has a multiplicative inverse modulo [2.sup.n], then both 'a' and its multiplicative inverse must be odd numbers.
Secondary school teachers may use this activity to consolidate their students' learning of certain concepts of matrices such as the algorithm for matrix multiplication and the concept of the multiplicative inverse of a matrix.
In the diatonic, g = 2, N = 7, and the multiplicative inverse mod 7 of 2 is 4, which is indeed the span of the unique diminished fifth, and of the generating perfect fifths.
where [k.sup.-1] is the multiplicative inverse of k, mod q; i.e., [(k.sup.-1 k)] mod q = 1 and 0 < [k.sup.-1] < q.
The modular multiplicative inverse [24] of a modulo n is defined: it is the number x such that ax = 1 (mod n) .

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