Cryptography is writing and reading of secret messages by charateristic
methods (encryption). Since millenia people changed signs of their
languages in such a manner the legitimate recipient only was able to
decipher the message. Doing this they used exclusively whole signs of
their concerned language. In our days those elements - characters and signs -
used by cryptographers since centuries came almost completely to the
background. Since computers came up bits and bytes confuse the user. But
it's so simple: 8 bits are 1 byte. One may suppose uniformity, but
nevertheless in cryptography different techniques can be developed, as well:
bit techniques and byte techniques.
Therefore "CypherMatrix" procedure works with units in bit system on base 1 up to bit system on base 16 (bytes in bit system on base 8) (systematizing bit series), simple mathematic operations and MODULO calculations, only. The procedure has been developed by the author during perennial researching. It is a pure mathematical procedure. Basics of the procedure are patented by DPMA (19811593 as of 18.03.1998). All further details you may read on following WEB-sites.
Ernst Erich Schnoor