Anna Inn-Tung Chen

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Multivariate Public Key Cryptosystems (MPKCs) are often touted as future-proofing against Quantum Computers. It also has been known for efficiency compared to " traditional " alternatives. However, this advantage seems to erode with the increase of arithmetic resources in modern CPUs and improved algorithms, especially with respect to El-liptic Curve(More)
We present instances of MPKCs (multivariate public key cryptosystems) with design, given the best attacks we know, and implement them on commodity PC hardware. We also show that they can hold their own compared to traditional alternatives. In fact, they can be up to an order of magnitude faster.
Radio-frequency identification (RFID) technologies allow remote identification as well as generic data access using radio waves. It is also commonly used in transportation and other payment systems, e.g., the MIFAREof NXP Semiconductors, one of the most widely deployed contactless smart card standards. Recently, the interest in using RFID for micro payment(More)
We present instances of MPKCs (multivariate public key cryptosystems) with design, given the best attacks we know, and implement them on commodity PC hardware. We also show that they can hold their own compared to traditional alternatives. In fact, they can be up to an order of magnitude faster.
AIM We examined the eating disorders 'mental health literacy' of young adult women in Singapore. METHODS A self-report questionnaire was completed by 255 women recruited from three university campuses. A vignette of a fictional (female) person exhibiting the characteristic features of bulimia nervosa was presented, followed by a series of questions(More)
We show that Multivariate Public Key Cryptosystems (MP-KCs) over fields of small odd prime characteristic, say 31, can be highly efficient. Indeed, at the same design security of 2 80 under the best known attacks, odd-char MPKC is generally faster than prior MPKCs over F 2 k , which are in turn faster than " traditional " alternatives. This seemingly(More)
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