Fabio Jose Goncalves Correia
Lattice-based cryptography has been a hot topic in the past decade, since it is believed that lattice-based cryptosystems are immune against attacks operated by quantum computers. The security of this type of cryptography is based on the hardness of algorithms that solve lattice-based problems, namely the Shortest Vector Problem (SVP). Therefore, it is important to […]
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Tianyu Bai, Spencer Davis, Juanjuan Li, Ying Gu, Hai Jiang
Lattice based cryptography is attractive for its quantum computing resistance and efficient encryption/ decryption process. However, the Big Data issue has perplexed most lattice based cryptographic systems since the overall processing is slowed down too much. This paper intends to analyze one of the major lattice-based cryptographic systems, Nth-degree truncated polynomial ring (NTRU), and accelerate […]
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Adriano Maron, Renata Reiser, Mauricio Pilla, Adenauer Yamin
Quantum computing proposes quantum algorithms exponentially faster than their classical analogues when executed by a quantum computer. As quantum computers are currently unavailable for general use, one approach for analyzing the behavior and results of such algorithms is the simulation using classical computers. As this simulation is inefficient due to the exponential growth of the […]
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Eladio Gutierrez, Sergio Romero, Maria A. Trenas, Emilio L. Zapata
Quantum computing emerges as a field that captures a great theoretical interest. Its simulation represents a problem with high memory and computational requirements which makes advisable the use of parallel platforms. In this work we deal with the simulation of an ideal quantum computer on the Compute Unified Device Architecture (CUDA), as such a problem […]

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