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comment How are Elliptic Curve Cryptography and Pairing Based Cryptography related?
Yes, but the only alternative I know is PBC using elliptic nets, which are related but different to ECC.
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comment Decryption a chunk of file with AES
That's completely up to you. In your example, you have 10 chunks; you can decrypt the first five in one thread and the last five in another. The only restriction is that the size of each chunk must be a multiple of the block size of the cipher, e.g. 16 bytes in the case of AES.
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comment Decryption a chunk of file with AES
Sorry, I'm not sure what is you question. Read the initial counter value. Determine the number of blocks, divide by the number of (e.g.) cores, and decrypt each chunk of blocks in each core.