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associative, oneway functions
, 2004
"... Tight lower bounds on the ambiguity of strong, total, associative, oneway functions ..."
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Tight lower bounds on the ambiguity of strong, total, associative, oneway functions
Physical OneWay Functions
 MIT
, 2001
"... Modern cryptography relies on algorithmic oneway functions numerical functions which are easy to compute but very difficult to invert. This dissertation introduces physical oneway functions and physical oneway hash functions as primitives for physical analogs of cryptosystems. Physical oneway f ..."
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Modern cryptography relies on algorithmic oneway functions numerical functions which are easy to compute but very difficult to invert. This dissertation introduces physical oneway functions and physical oneway hash functions as primitives for physical analogs of cryptosystems. Physical oneway
On Complete OneWay Functions
, 2009
"... Complete constructions play an important role in theoretical computer science. However, in cryptography complete constructions have so far been either absent or purely theoretical. In 2003, L.A. Levin presented the idea of a combinatorial complete oneway function. In this paper, we present two new ..."
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Complete constructions play an important role in theoretical computer science. However, in cryptography complete constructions have so far been either absent or purely theoretical. In 2003, L.A. Levin presented the idea of a combinatorial complete oneway function. In this paper, we present two new
PseudoRandom Generation from OneWay Functions
 PROC. 20TH STOC
, 1988
"... Pseudorandom generators are fundamental to many theoretical and applied aspects of computing. We show howto construct a pseudorandom generator from any oneway function. Since it is easy to construct a oneway function from a pseudorandom generator, this result shows that there is a pseudorandom gene ..."
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Pseudorandom generators are fundamental to many theoretical and applied aspects of computing. We show howto construct a pseudorandom generator from any oneway function. Since it is easy to construct a oneway function from a pseudorandom generator, this result shows that there is a pseudorandom
The tale of oneway functions
 PROBLEMS OF INFORMATION TRANSMISSION
, 2003
"... The existence of oneway functions (owf) is arguably the most important problem in computer theory. The article discusses and refines a number of concepts relevant to this problem. For instance, it gives the first combinatorial complete owf, i.e., a function which is oneway if any function is. The ..."
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The existence of oneway functions (owf) is arguably the most important problem in computer theory. The article discusses and refines a number of concepts relevant to this problem. For instance, it gives the first combinatorial complete owf, i.e., a function which is oneway if any function is
Separability and Oneway Functions
, 2000
"... We settle all relativized questions of the relationships between the following ve propositions: P = NP P = UP P = NP \ coNP All disjoint pairs of NP sets are Pseparable. ..."
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We settle all relativized questions of the relationships between the following ve propositions: P = NP P = UP P = NP \ coNP All disjoint pairs of NP sets are Pseparable.
Oneway Functions In Reversible Computations
, 1996
"... Oneway functions are used in modern cryptosystems as doortraps because their inverse functions are supposed to be difficult to compute. Nonetheless with the discovery of reversible computation, it seems that one may break a oneway function by running a reversible computer backward. Here, we argue ..."
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Oneway functions are used in modern cryptosystems as doortraps because their inverse functions are supposed to be difficult to compute. Nonetheless with the discovery of reversible computation, it seems that one may break a oneway function by running a reversible computer backward. Here, we
Physical OneWay Functions Abstract
, 2001
"... Modern cryptography relies on algorithmic oneway functions numerical functions which are easy to compute but very difficult to invert. This dissertation introduces physical oneway functions and physical oneway hash functions as primitives for physical analogs of cryptosystems. Physical oneway f ..."
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Modern cryptography relies on algorithmic oneway functions numerical functions which are easy to compute but very difficult to invert. This dissertation introduces physical oneway functions and physical oneway hash functions as primitives for physical analogs of cryptosystems. Physical oneway
Oneway functions and circuit complexity
 Information and Computation
, 1987
"... A finite function f is a mapping of {1, 2,..., m} into {1, 2,..., m} ∪ {#} where # is a symbol to be thought of as ‘‘undefined.’ ’ This paper defines a measure M ( f) of the difficulty of inverting a finite function f, which is given by M ( f) = MIN ⎧ log 2 C(g) _ ________ _ : g an inverse of f⎬ ⎭ ..."
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⎬ ⎭ where C ( f) is a circuit log 2 C ( f) complexity measure of the difficulty of computing f. We say that oneway functions exist (in a circuit complexity sense) if and only if M ( f) is unbounded. We prove that oneway functions exist if and only if the satisfiability problem SAT has polynomial sized
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