Meiosis Based Cryptographic Hash Function Generation with the Influence of 3d Navier Stokes Equation on Chromasomal Chaotic Movement in Nucleoplasm.

Er. Bijoy Boban

Abstract


In this paper, we introduce a new system for cryptographic hash function generation with the help of molecular biology and to give light to a sector in computer science called Digital Cell Emulation Technique which can further be used for other purposes than the one which we have include in this paper; here we render the concept of meiotic cell division process, which is the chromosomal cross over undergone during fertilization which is the real reason for dissimilarity of an individual, genetically to another. We consider the latest finding on chaotic advection in micro-scale flow geometries which can be harnessed to greatly enhance the rate of thermally activated biochemical reactions like the polymerase chain reaction, well known as PCR. We use the above concept to emulate PCR during binary meiosis padding in the algorithm and we consider the state of the base pairs in the nucleoplasm and the motion that takes place in the fluid which we implement for crossover emulation by using 3D Navier Stokes equation with maximal convection speed of 0.055 micrometre/s during metaphase of meiosis. Even for slow-diffusing species such as ¸lambda-DNA the above process can be considered and so we can generalise it as the emulation of meiosis. Initial encryption is carried out which imitates the cross over and then the hash code generation that imitates the condensed chromosome formation. This algorithm ensures all the requirement standards for a good hash code algorithm and the pseudo code generator.

 

Keywords: Meiosis based cryptography, Nucleotide, Base pairs, Crossover, RC4, SHA512, Chaotic Motion, Rayleigh number, Navier-Strokes Equation, Continuum Mechanics, Rheology.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v4i8.1771

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