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Found 5 record(s)
- Communication and Query Privacy: Intrusion-Resilient Secure Channels and Private Database Queries (cryptographic protocols) 2011-08-16
- Butterfly Effect in Cryptography: Consequences of Changes in Definitions (foundations) 2011-08-23
- Polynomial Time Creativity and its Applications (P-Creativity) 2014-01-05
- Strong Key Derivation from Noisy Sources (foundations) 2015-01-30
- Function-specific schemes for verifiable computatio (cryptographic protocols) 2017-03-31