International Journal of Computer Applications
"Scalable Encryption Algorithm (SEA) is a block cipher based symmetric encryption scheme, particularly intended for resource constrained devices. SEA proposes low computational cipher schemes, that is, miniaturized code size, memory and power, developed for processors with a restricted instruction set. SEA is parametric with plain-text, key and microprocessor size, and found to be powerful with the grouping of en-cipherment or decipherment and derivation of the keys. SEA was primarily meant for software implementations in microcontrollers, smart cards and small embedded systems."