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Konstantin Y. Besedin, Pavel S. Kostenetskiy
The modern manycore coprocessors and GPUs demonstrate very high performance on certain problems. Recent research has shown that these coprocessors can be used to accelerate database operations. But, to the best of our knowledge, there is only a little prior work on using coprocessors in multiprocessor database systems. This paper focuses on evaluation of database […]
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E.A. Grechnikov, A.V. Adinetz
We present a brief report on the collision search for the reduced SHA-1. With a few improvements to our previous work, directed at efficient parallelization on a GPU cluster, we managed to construct a new collision for 75-step reduced SHA-1 hash function.

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