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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Lattice cryptography is one of the hottest and fastest moving areas in mathematical cryptography today. Interest in lattice cryptography is due to several concurring factors. On the theoretical side, lattice cryptography is supported by strong worst-case/average-case security guarantees. On the practical side, lattice cryptography has been shown to be very versatile, leading to an unprecedented variety of applications, from simple (and efficient) hash functions, to complex and powerful publicdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-23082-0_7 fatcat:fwjkhdpxpvckzewi6bc3kpa3qi