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Paper IDD1-S1-T4.2
Paper Title On the information leakage of finite block-length wiretap polar codes
Authors Khaled Taleb, Meryem Benammar, ISAE-supaero ,University of Toulouse, France
Session D1-S1-T4: Cryptography & Codes
Chaired Session: Monday, 12 July, 22:00 - 22:20
Engagement Session: Monday, 12 July, 22:20 - 22:40
Abstract Information leakage estimation for practical wiretap codes is a challenging task, for which, existing solutions are either too complex or suboptimal, and don't scale for large blocklengths. In this paper we present a new method, based on a modified version of the successive cancellation decoder in order to compute the information leakage for the wiretap polar code which improves upon existing methods in terms of complexity and accuracy. Results are presented for classical binary-input symmetric channels alike the Binary Erasure Channel (BEC), the Binary Symmetric Channel (BSC) and Binary Input Additive White Gaussian Noise channel (BI-AWGN)