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What is Cryptographic Hash Function

Encyclopedia of E-Commerce Development, Implementation, and Management
A hash function that is both one-way and collision-resistant.
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Bitcoin for E-Commerce: Principles and Applications
Xunhua Wang (James Madison University, USA), Brett Tjaden (James Madison University, USA), and M. Hossain Heydari (James Madison University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-9787-4.ch072
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Blockchain in the Healthcare Sector
It is an algorithm that takes a random value as input and delivers a fixed-size output of enciphered text called a hash value, or just “hash.”
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Blockchain Adoption: Guidelines and Mexican Case Review
Produces a fixed-size hash value of an input of variable size. The SHA-256 algorithm, used by the bitcoin network, is an example of cryptographic hash.
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Cryptographic Hash Function: A High Level View
An algorithm that takes an arbitrary length of message as an input {0, 1}* and produce a fixed length of an output called message digest {0, 1}n (sometimes called an imprint, digital fingerprint, hash code, hash result, hash value, or simply hash).
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