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computing inverses in truncated polynomial rings manually for NTRU encryption
Can someone explain how to find inverses in truncated polynomial rings manually (i.e. on pen and paper)? As an example from the tutorial: Example. Take $N=7$, $q=11$, $a=3+2X^2-3X^4+X^6$. The ...
Mar 11 '13 at 6:55
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