Catalano, D., Cramer, R., Damgard, I., Di Crescenzo, G., Pointcheval, D., Takagi, T.
2005, IX, 238 p.
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The aim of this text is to treat selected topics of the subject of contemporary cryptology, structured in five quite independent but related themes: - efficient distributed computation modulo a shared secret - multiparty computation - foundations of modern cryptography - provable security for public key schemes - efficient and secure public-key cryptosystems.