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McEliece Public Key Encryption
The definition of Public Key Encryption(PKE) say that: A PKE scheme is a triple of probabilistic polynomial time algorithm (PPT) (Gen,Enc,Dec). The definition of PPT say: In complexity ...
Nov 3 '13 at 10:47
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