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We verify that t(T*) = t(T) = 2tl + k + l' - 1 and T' we have t(T') IT*I = (k + l' - 1)ITol + 1 2': ITI. e. all vertices Vi, Uj, i = 1, ... , k -1; j = 1, ... , l' -1, are terminal vertices in T. Hence, if ITol = 1, we have ITI = k+l' and to = t(T) = k+1'-l = ITI-l. However, it is very easy to construct for every to 2': 5 a tree (not necessarily optimal) having more than to + 1 vertices. 18 Therefore, if to 2: 5, the assumption (ii) t(v) > t(U r -l) is impossible and hence for to 2: 5 every optimal tree has a center of symmetry.

They should disguise the statistical properties of the plaintext so that they are not reflected in the ciphertext and a cryptanalyst who knows part of the keystream should not be able to predict subsequent bits of it. The local linear complexity of a finite sequence So, S1. , Sn-l is the length L = L( n) of the shortest linear feedback shift register that can be used to generate the sequence (as 'Smith System Engineering, Guildford 35 the first n terms). A portion of keystream of linear complexity L is completely determined by 2L consecutive bits and the corresponding LFSR that generates it may be used to predict other keystream bits.

If we mentally remove the vertex Vk, then the tree T is decomposed into trees Ll, ... ,Lr-l,L(v) with roots Ul, ... ,Ur-l,V, Let t(Ul)::; t(U2)::;"'::; t(ur-d where t(u;),i = 1, ... ,1'-1, is the broadcast time of Li when broadcasting starts from vertex Ui. Clearly t( v) = k -1 +t( vk-d, where t( v) is the broadcast time of L( v) when broadcasting starts from vertex v. We have to consider two cases: (i) t(v) ::; t(Ur-l) and (ii) t(v) > t(Ur-l). If we are in case (i), then it can be shown as above that t( Ul) = t( U2) = ...

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