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A misleading title since it has nothing to do with linear cryptanalysis. Nevertheless, these notes provide an excellent overview of correlation attacks in general, with some details regarding such attacks on A5/1 (used in GSM) and EO (used in Bluetooth).
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[83] N. Koblitz, A Course in Number Theory und Cryptography, second edition, Springer-Verlag, 1994 Cited on page 308
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An excellent approach to an interesting subject. Unfortunately, this otherwise fine book is marred by a large number of typoswhich is death for an algorithms (or cryptanalysis) book.
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An excellent overview of rotors as cryptographic elements and a nice description of Sigaba. However, the cryptanalysis only covers reduced-rotor versions of the cipher, which are qualitatively different than the full Sigaba.
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Ellis, Cocks, and Williamson get their due.
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