A free pairing-based cryptography library in C.
Simulation of a World War II cipher machine.
Simpler yet more general than vector algebra or quarternions.
The “Hello, World!” of AI: a neural net recognizing the MNIST handwriten digits.
Mathematics and computer science notes.
Snippets of code, rants, …
Exploit bugs on 64-bit Linux in spite of executable space protection.
I was a Stanford computer science student: my PhD dissertation; search for "Ben Lynn" at CiteSeer, the Cryptology ePrint Archive, The Pairing-Based Crypto Lounge; Google Scholar: Ben(jamin) Y S (Yin-Sun) Lynn. I also go by "Ben Lin": rock climbing; mathematics; mathematics.
Despite graduating long ago, I remain a computer science student, and I still call this page home. We keep our accounts for life.