On Thu, 4 Aug 2005, Arash Partow wrote:
ie: input1 : abcdefg  h(abcdefg) = 123
input2 : gabcdef  h(gabcdef) = 123
input3 : fgabcde  h(fgabcde) = 123
I don't have a formal reference for you, but this seems intuitively correct to
me: put the strings in a canonical form so that all
 Hi all,

 My question relates to hash functions in general and not specifically
 cryptographic hashes. I was wondering if there exists a group of hash
 function(s) that will return an identical result for sequentially
 similar yet rotate/shift wise dissimilar input:

 ie: input1 :
On Thu, Aug 04, 2005 at 12:55:51PM +1000, Arash Partow wrote:
Hi all,
My question relates to hash functions in general and not specifically
cryptographic hashes. I was wondering if there exists a group of hash
function(s) that will return an identical result for sequentially
similar yet
On Thu, 4 Aug 2005, Arash Partow wrote:
My question relates to hash functions in general and not specifically
cryptographic hashes. I was wondering if there exists a group of hash
function(s) that will return an identical result for sequentially
similar yet rotate/shift wise dissimilar input:
On Aug 3, 2005, at 7:55 PM, Arash Partow wrote:
My question relates to hash functions in general and not specifically
cryptographic hashes. I was wondering if there exists a group of hash
function(s) that will return an identical result for sequentially
similar yet rotate/shift wise dissimilar