First Advisor

Seibert, James

Second Advisor

Trenary, Timothy

College

Regis College

Degree Name

BS

School

Regis College Senior Honors Program

Document Type

Thesis - Open Access

Number of Pages

24 pages

Abstract

Cryptography, the art or science of writing messages in code to disguise the content, has been a source of interest for millenia. Those who exchange secret messages do so through the medium of a cryptosystem, a single set of devices used in order to encrypt plaintext and decrypt ciphertext. This is a study of the Rubik's Cube as a trans-composite cipher.

Date of Award

Spring 2010

Location (Creation)

Denver, Colorado

Rights Statement

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