avalanche effect

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avalanche effect

[′av·ə‚lanch i‚fekt]
(electronics)
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Bit Independence Criterion. The independent behavior of the pair of variables and the variations of input bits are considered as important factors of bit independence criterion.
Bit Independence Criterion. Webster and Tavares firstly demonstrated bit independence criterion [22].
We use five different security performance tests, namely, linear approximation probability (LP), differential approximation probability (DP), nonlinearity, bit independence criterion (BIC), and strict avalanche criterion, to assess the cryptographic competence of substitution box.
Bit Independence Criterion. According to bit independence criterion [9, 10], if any input bit i is inverted, then the output bits j and k must change independently.