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Maike Ritzenhofen (#136)
Name Maike Ritzenhofen
Topic of his/her doctorate. On Efficiently Calculating Small Solutions of Systems of Polynomial Equations : Lattice-based Methods and Applications to Cryptography
Category public-key cryptography
Keywords lattice techniques, factoring, polynomial equations
Ph.D. Supervisor(s) Alexander May, Hans Ulrich Simon
Year of completion 2010
Abstract Efficiently Calculating Small Solutions of Systems of Polynomial Equations - Lattice-Based Methods and Applications to Cryptography
E-Mail Address maike.ritzenhofen (at) rub.de
Last Change 2011-09-02 08:07:52
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