alexa Abstract | Scrambling algorithm for encryption of text using cube rotation artificial intelligence technique

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This paper lead forward to a new approach of text scrambling algorithm for encryption using artificial intelligence technique of cubical text and its random rotation type with angle. At first the original message is converted into six face cubical form (3 × 3 × 3 cube) and the cube is chosen as it is easy to scramble the message in cubical form. Rotation types and angle of rotations are generated using random function which is used as an encryption key, randomness in the key make encryption stronger. There are 18 possible rotation types and each rotation can have any one of the 3 different rotation angles. Finally cube layers are rotated for 18 times in any of the three different angles by using the encryption key value. The cube layers rotated here are as same as the simple Rubik’s cube rotation. At the end of rotation, the original message cube is scrambled to give the unpredictable pattern. Random rotations used in this approach produce secure cipher text, which is unbreakable from cryptanalysis without the encryption key. Intention of this research is to provide secure and novel approach of artificial intelligence scrambling technique to the encryption field. In this algorithm we used cubical scrambling methods and novel way of representing text in cube format. Algorithm’s experimental result in each phase of scrambling is shown with comparative analysis of text position in cipher message with original message. Analysis of result shows that original message is scrambled and provided the secure and unpredictable message; hence the novelty of this Artifical intelligence scrambling approach is evidenced.

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Author(s): Rajavel D Shantharajah SP


Text scrambling algorithm, Rubik’s cube rotation, Cubical text, Cube rotation angle, Cube rotation types, Random sequence., #

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