[Cryptography] [Map Projections] [Astronomical Telescopes] [Mathematics]
Here is a photograph of the downtown skyline of Edmonton, Alberta, the city in which I live.
My web site features an extensive section concerning cryptography:
A Cryptographic Compendium
Originally, I had among the pages on other topics, a single page about a map projection of my own. Now, having once again written, this time to run on a PC, a program to draw maps in a variety of projections, this site now contains:Map Projections
an extensive series of pages describing several map projections and how to construct them.
From this site, you may go to the main entry point of the site housing the cryptography pages.
You may also proceed to a table of contents for the pages on the topics hosted at this location, those other than cryptography. In brief, the available topics are:
Signal Flag Systems
Telescopes and Eyepieces:
For convenience in navigation and viewing, you may view this site using frames which provide a table of contents to assist in direct navigation to any part of the site on the left of the screen. As well, an alternate style of frames is available illustrating a more decorative form of site.
Needless to say, any trademarks referenced are the property of their respective owners, and are used here only for purposes of identification.
As this series of web pages contains some ideas and speculations about how to design and implement ciphers, readers are notified that I am not engaging in providing professional advice in these pages, and are advised to seek the direct advice of a competent professional before embarking on projects using cryptography.
Also, inventions or algorithms described on these pages may be covered by patents other than those directly noted.
Copyright (c) 2000, 2001, 2002 John J. G. Savard