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Help to get this books

  1. Jan 7, 2010 #1
    hi every on

    i search for 3 books in the cryptography but i could found it

    please help me to get it

    the names of books are :

    (1) elliptic curves in cryptography
    author's:

    I. Blake
    University of British Columbia, Vancouver
    G. Seroussi
    Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Palo Alto, California
    N. Smart
    University of Bristol
    Paperback
    (ISBN-13: 9780521653749 | ISBN-10: 0521653746)

    DOI: 10.2277/0521653746

    * Published July 1999




    Elliptic Curve Cryptography for Constrained Devices: Algorithms, Architectures, and Practical Implementations

    (2)Elliptic Curve Cryptography for Constrained Devices: Algorithms, Architectures, and Practical Implementations

    by Sandeep S. Kumar (Author)


    (3)Efficient Security for Mobile Communication Utilizing Elliptic Curves: Hardware/Software Co-Design of Public-Key Cryptography for SSL Protocol Execution in Embedded Systems (Paperback)
    by Manuel Koschuch (Author)

    Efficient Security for Mobile Communication Utilizing Elliptic Curves: Hardware/Software Co-Design of Public-Key Cryptography for SSL Protocol Execution in Embedded Systems



    whit my respect
     
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  3. Jan 7, 2010 #2
    Try doing a search under 'Google Scholar' or 'Google Books'.
     
  4. Jan 7, 2010 #3

    berkeman

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    Are they available for purchase through Amazon.com?
     
  5. Jan 13, 2010 #4
    thanx for UR replay

    but i didn't have visa card to buy those book
    so if one can help me to get this books will make important favor to me
    and I will not forget it
    with my respect for all
     
  6. Jan 13, 2010 #5

    berkeman

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    Well, they are presumably copyrighted books, and I doubt anybody is going to buy them and send them to you. How close is your closest technical/university library?
     
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