San Cao Vo, Ph.D.

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1/   The Spin L-Function on the Symplectic Group GSp(6)
1.   Stanford University, Mathematics Department Ph.D. Dissertation, San C. Vo, “The Spin L-Function on the Symplectic Group GSp(6)”, 1995 (Link)

2.   Israel Journal of Mathematics, San C. Vo, The Spin L-Function on the Symplectic Group GSp(6), (Article, Preview), 1997.

3.  Prof. Daniel W. Bump & David Ginzburg, Spin L-functions on GSp8 and GSp10, 1999.

4.  Daniel Bump, Solomon Friedberg & David Ginzburg, Rankin-Selberg integrals in two complex variables, Mathematische Annalen 313 (1999), 731--761.

5.  San C. Vo’s Dissertation Review & Summary by Professor Solomon Friedberg for Math Database, 1931-2008 of the European Mathematical Society, FIZ Karlsruhe & Springer-Verlag, (Link).

6.   San C. Vo’s Dissertation Review (TeX) by Professor Solomon Friedberg, Zentralblaa MATH.

7.   David Ginzburg & Dihua Jiang, Periods and Liftings from G2 to C3, 2000.

8.   Professor Daniel W. Bump, The Rankin-Selberg Method: An Introduction and Survey, 2004.

9.   David Ginzburg & Joseph Hundley, Multivariable Rankin-Selberg Integrals for Orthogonal Groups, International Mathematics Research Notices, 2004.

10.  David Ginzburg & Erez Lapid, On a Conjecture of Jacquet-Lai-Rallis; Some Exceptional Cases, 2005.

11.   Miki Hirano, Taku Ishii & Takayuki Oda, Whittaker Functions for PJ-principal Series Representations of Sp(3,R), 2006, UTMS 2006-16, Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Tokyo, Japan.  (Download: *.Pdf)

12.    Alexei Panchishkin & Kirill Vankov, Explicit Shimura's Conjecture for Sp(3) on a Computer, Mathematical Research Letters, 14, No.2, pp. 173-187, 2007, (.Pdf)
13.  Dihua Jiang, On Some Topics in Automorphic Representations, ICCM 2007, Vol. I, 165-18
14.  Dihua Jiang, Poles of Certain Automorphic L-Functions, October 2007.
15.  Gordan Savin & Martin H. Weissman, “Dichotomy for Generic Supercuspidal Representation of G2”, 2009. Cornell University Library, IOP EPrintWeb.org.

16.   Сервер періодичних видань, Каталог журналів, http://scilib.univ.kiev.ua/volume.php?77284.

17.  Information Center for Mathematical Science (ICMS), Korean Mathematics Net.

18.  Other Links: Scientific Commons, zmath-fr.html, MathSciNet, (Google Search, Google Scholar)

 
2/  NIST: Random Number Generation & AES (Advance Encryption Standard)

1.   NIST Random Number Generators: NIST/CSD RNG-SP800-22b.pdf

2.  Juan Soto, Empirical Statistical Testing Of Cryptographic PRNGs”, 1998.

3.   Status Report of the First Round of the Development of the Advance Encryption Standard, Journal of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Vol.104, No.5, September-October 1999. (Link & .Pdf)

4.   Gang Luo, Xing-Ming Sun & Jun-Wei Huang, A Subliminal Channel Scheme Based on Random Numbers Approximation Sequence.

5.   NIST Random Number Generators: Links.

 

3/   Survey on the Elliptic Curve Cryptosystems 

1.  NASA Technical Reports, NASA Ames Research Center, NASA Advanced Supercomputing Division, NAS Technical Reports, Survey on Elliptic Curve Cryptosystems, 2003.

Survey on ECC, NAS-03-012.pdf

2.   NASA Technical Reports, Some Improvements on Signed Window Algorithms for Scalar Multiplications in Elliptic Curve Cryptosystems, 2003

3.   NASA Technical Reports Server, Signed Window Algorithms in ECC, 2003

4.   Legendre-form Elliptic Curve's Research, Network & Computer Security, Vol.05, pp. 18-21, 2007. (Link

5.   A. Roy & T. Gamage, Recent Advances in Pseudo-Random Number Generation, (Link & .Pdf)

6.   Elliptic Curve Encryption Algorithm of Hidden Information (椭圆曲线加密算法中的信息隐藏).

7.   Other Links: NASA works - CSA Illumnia.

4/   Others

1.   Mathematics Genealogy 

2.  San C. Vo’s Mathematics Genealogy Tree.

3.   Miscellaneous  (Viêt-Net)