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Lecture# Linear Applications: Rank and Ciphers

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This lecture covers the concept of linear applications, focusing on rank and ciphers. The instructor discusses differentials, gradients, and the properties of various ciphers, emphasizing the importance of understanding the rank of linear transformations and their applications in cryptography.

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