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What does “Worst-case hardness” mean in lattice-based cryptography?
In the wiki page of Lattice-based Cryptography the "Worst-case hardness" is defined as below: Worst-case hardness of lattice problems means that breaking the cryptographic construction (even with ...
Feb 2 at 18:04
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