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What does it mean to be simultaneously hardcore?
In this paper the term "simultaneously hardcore" is defined as: "We say that a block of bits of $x$ are simultaneously hard-core for a one-way function $f(x)$, if given $f(x)$ they cannot be ...
Sep 19 '13 at 0:33
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