- A. F. Tenca, S. Park and L. A. Tawalbeh “Carry-save
representation is shift-unsafe: the problem and its solution ”.
IEEE Transactions on Computers, 2005
- L. A. Tawalbeh, A. F. Tenca, and C. K. Koc. "A radix-4 scalable design".
IEEE Potentials Magazine, vol. 24 No.2, pages 16-19, April/May 2005.
- A. F. Tenca and L. A. Tawalbeh. "An algorithm for unified modular division
in GF(p) and GF(2^n) suitable for cryptographic hardware".IEE Electronics
Letters, vol. 40 No.5, pages 304-306, March 2004.
- Abdoul Rjoub and Lo'ai A. Tawalbeh." A Low Power, High Frequency and High
Precision Multiplier Architecture in GF(p)" . International e-Conference of
Computer Science (IeCCS).Athens,
Greece May 2005.
- L. A. Tawalbeh, A. F. Tenca, S. Park, and C. K. Koc. A dual-field modular
division algorithm and architecture for application specific hardware.
Thirty-Eighth Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers,
Pages 483-487,IEEE Press, Pacific Grove, California, November 7-10, 2004.
- L. A. Tawalbeh and A. F. Tenca. An algorithm and hardware architecture for
integrated modular division and multiplication in GF(p) and GF(2^n).
IEEE 15th International Conference on Applicatin-Specific Systems,
Architectures, and Processors (ASAP),
Pages: 247-257, Galveston, TX. September 27-29, 2004.
- A. F. Tenca and L. A. Tawalbeh. An efficient and scalable radix-4 modular
multiplier design using recoding techniques
Thirty-Seventh Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers,
Pages: 1445-1450, vol.2 IEEE Press, Pacific Grove, California November
9-12, 2003 Abstract
- L. A. Tawalbeh,
A Novel Unified Algorithm and Hardware Architecture for
Integrated Modular Division and Multiplication in GF(p) and GF(2n) Suitable for
Public-Key Cryptography. Ph.D. Thesis, School of Electrical Engineering &
Computer Science, Oregon State University, October 28, 2004.
Abstract PhD Thesis
- L. A. Tawalbeh.
Radix-4 ASIC Design of a Scalable Montgomery Modular
Multiplier Using Encoding Techniques. Ms. Thesis, School of Electrical
Engineering & Computer Science, Oregon State University, October 23, 2002.
Abstract Ms Thesis