Definitions Edit

A code book is

[a] [d]ocument containing plain text and code equivalents in a systematic arrangement, or a technique of machine encryption using a word substitution technique.[1]
[a] book (or publication) used as a code, arranged in systematic form, containing a vocabulary made up of arbitrary meanings (letters, syllables, words, phrases or sentences), each accompanied by one or more groups of symbols as equivalents for the plain text of messages.[2]

References Edit

  1. CNSSI 4009.
  2. Glossary of Communication Electronic Terms, at 2-37.

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