Christine Abegail Antonio

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In this paper, we will describe efficient implementations of the Tate and Ate pairings over ordinary elliptic curves of embedding degrees 8 and 10. We will discuss the possible curve-dependent optimizations that can be applied to evaluate the pairings. We pay particular attention to the use of elliptic curve twists and the denominator elimination method to(More)
In this paper, we will implement a standard probabilistic method of computing bilinear pairings. We will compare its performance to a deterministic algorithm introduced in [5] to compute the squared Tate/Weil pairings which are claimed to be 20 percent faster than the standard method. All pairings will be evaluated over pairing-friendly ordinary elliptic(More)
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