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Generalization of Zero-Knowledge Proof of Polynomial Equality
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 Title & Authors
Generalization of Zero-Knowledge Proof of Polynomial Equality
Kim, Myungsun; Kang, Bolam;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we are interested in a generalization of zero-knowledge interactive protocols between prover and verifier, especially to show that the product of an encrypted polynomial and a random polynomial, but published by a secure commitment scheme was correctly computed by the prover. To this end, we provide a generalized protocol for proving that the resulting polynomial is correctly computed by an encrypted polynomial and another committed polynomial. Further we show that the protocol is also secure in the random oracle model. We expect that our generalized protocol can play a role of building blocks in implementing secure multi-party computation including private set operations.
 Keywords
Zero-knowledge proofs;Set operations;Polynomials;
 Language
Korean
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