Cryptography and Communications Discrete Structures, Boolean Functions and Sequences (CCDS) publishes high-quality papers discussing cryptography, error correcting codes, communications and their interactions. The journal provides a forum for the research communities of these domains, and covers all the fundamental and computational aspects of these fields.
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Editor-in-Chief:  Claude Carlet
scope: The scope of the journal focuses on discrete structures used in stream and block ciphers in symmetric cryptography; code division multiple access in communications; and random number generation for statistics, cryptography and numerical methods.
Print ISSN:  1936-2447
Electronic ISSN:  1936-2455
Abstracting and Indexing:  Science Citation Index Expanded. Scopus.
Imapct Factor 2020:  1.367
Subject Area and Category:  Computer Sciences, Electronics and Telecommunications, Mathematics
Publication Frequency:  Quarterly
H Index:  19
Q1:  Computer Networks and Communications
Cite Score:  2.5
Journal Rank(SJR):  0.871
Publisher:  Springer US