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I work for Security Innovation, which owns the NTRU algorithms. Glad to see this interest! You can look on this approach as two separate encryptions: one public-key encryption to transport $r_2$, and one symmetric encryption using $r_2$ as the key to encrypt $m$. This makes it look much more like standard practice in asymmetric crypto, where you typically ...
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