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Advances in Cryptology — CRYPTO’ 88: Proceedings by Claude Crépeau, Joe Kilian (auth.), Shafi Goldwasser (eds.)

By Claude Crépeau, Joe Kilian (auth.), Shafi Goldwasser (eds.)

The papers during this quantity have been awarded on the CRYPTO '88 convention on idea and purposes of cryptography, held in Santa Barbara, California, August 21-25, 1988. The papers have been selected for his or her perceived originality and infrequently signify initial stories on carrying on with reserach. the most sections care for the subsequent issues: Zero-Knowledge, quantity idea, Pseudorandomness, Signatures, Complexity, Protocols, safeguard, Cryptoanalysis. As such, they're going to provide the dedicated reader a special perception into the very most modern advancements within the box.

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A message is a prefix of the communication tape, from its left end to t h e first blank). The i t h message sent from P to V , yi. The (finite) prefix TO of T t h a t V reads. - That is, (p,V , OT, , 5 , S ) determine t h e number m and strings 2’= 1 1 ; . . ; I=;,y = y i ; . . ; ym;, as above. We define from these the public history of the interaction and the view of t h e interaction: Interpret the right hand side of each of these definitions as the binary encoding of t h e specified string, where ‘[I,I ; ’ a n d I , ’ are new (formal) symbols.

V) Suppose (P++ is a n interactive proof system for the language L. We would like to carry out the "same interaction" in a way that betrays essentially no information to V. To d o this, we could have P encrypt each message that it sends to V. That is, P uses a secure encryption function, E . On t h e i t h round, when P "would have" sent to V the string yi, P instead sends to the string E ( y i , di), a random encryption of y;. (We assume that E ( s ,s) = E ( y ,t ) implies 3 = y, and that from E(z,s) and s one can efficiently compute I.

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