International Association for Cryptologic Research
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TCC 2006:

New York, NY, USA
Shai Halevi and Tal Rabin (Eds.):
Theory of Cryptography,
Third Theory of Cryptography Conference, TCC 2006,
March 4-7, 2006,
Proceedings.





Sponsored by the International Association for Cryptologic Research
Organized in cooperation with the
Computer Science Department, Columbia University
General and Program co-Chairs
Shai Halevi and Tal Rabin, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Preface, by Shai Halevi and Tal Rabin

Program Commitee
Stefan Dziembowski  Warsaw University
Johan Håstad   Royal Institute of Technology
Jonathan Katz   University of Maryland, College Park
Eyal Kushilevitz   Technion Israel Institute of Technology
Yehuda Lindell   Bar-Ilan University
Tal Malkin   Columbia University
Daniele Micciancio  University of California, San Diego
John C. Mitchell   Stanford University
Chanathip Namprempre  Thammasat University
Jesper Buus Nielsen  University of Århus
Manoj Prabhakaran   University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Adam Smith   Weizmann Institute of Science
Luca Trevisan   University of California, Berkeley

TCC Steering Committee
Mihir Bellare   University of California, San Diego
Ivan Damgård   University of Århus
Oded Goldreich   Weizmann Institute of Science
Shafi Goldwasser   MIT
Johan Håstad   Royal Institute of Technology
Russell Impagliazzo  University of California, San Diego
Ueli Maurer   ETH Zurich
Silvio Micali   MIT
Moni Naor   Weizmann Institute of Science
Tatsuaki Okamoto   NTT Labs

External Reviewers


Zero-Knowledge

Primitives

Assumptions and Models

The Bounded-Retrieval Model

Privacy

Secret Sharing and Multi-party Computation (I)

Universally-Composible Security

One-Way Functions and Friends

Secret Sharing and Multi-party Computation (II)

Pseudo-Random Functions and Encryption

Author Index