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How to generate a random polynomial of degree $m$?
I am trying to do a homework in which implement a variation of this paper and I don't know how to generate a polynomial of degree $m-1$. This polynomial is used to generate the $y_0$ and $y_1$ values. ...
Feb 24 '13 at 15:40
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