Definition of cryptological in US English:



  • See cryptology

    • ‘Much of the emphasis in recent cryptological research has been on ways to get by with less randomness, but a recent proposal takes a step in the other direction.’
    • ‘After returning to the United States, they were considered traitors and interrogated very harshly, as the National Security Agency sought to learn how much of the sensitive cryptological gear and codes had been compromised.’
    • ‘Not just that every letter has a numerical value, and words with equivalent numbers have to be read (in Hebrew) as somehow synonymous (a cryptological level), but also a layer of semantic codes as well.’