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polyalphabetic substitution cipher

[‚päl·ē‚al·fə′bed·ik ‚səb·stə′tü·shən ‚sī·fər]
(communications)
A cipher that uses several substitution alphabets in turn.
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The encryption process was based on the Vigenere cipher, which is a polyalphabetic cipher [36].
The cryptosystem of this project is based on the Vigenere cipher, which is a polyalphabetic cipher.
Lipson, consist of two polyalphabetic ciphers and two matrix ciphers.
The first of Carroll's polyalphabetic ciphers, which he named "The Alphabet Cipher," is a kind of Vigenere cipher, and uses the following table:
The second of Carroll's polyalphabetic ciphers, called "The Telegraph Cipher," is a "kind of Beaufort Cipher.