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I'm a highschool student from Germany interested in functional programming, especially Haskell.


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accepted Is there a simple hash function that one can compute without a computer?
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comment Is there a simple hash function that one can compute without a computer?
Great idea! I like it, but first I have to Google all those terms.
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comment Is there a simple hash function that one can compute without a computer?
If I had a trusted third party, the whole commitment scheme would be completely pointless.
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comment Is there a simple hash function that one can compute without a computer?
This method is not good for my application (commitment schemes). If alice wants to get a collision, she could simply create an output by herself without having throwing a coin.
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comment Is there a simple hash function that one can compute without a computer?
@e501 Good idea. Getting a lot of digits of $\rm e$ is not too difficult... But is it really safe of collisions?
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comment Is there a simple hash function that one can compute without a computer?
Another thing would be squaring modulo somthing - solving this is NP-hard, but i doubt that it is impossible to find collisions.
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comment Is there a simple hash function that one can compute without a computer?
I have an idea by myself: Could one use exponentiation modulo something as a hash function?
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