Marc Mouffron

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A multivalued function is a function from a set $E_{q}^{n}$ to a set E m , where E k is a set which contains k elements. These functions are used in cryptography: cipher design, hash function design and in theoretical computer science. In this paper, we study the representation of these functions with Multivalued Decision Diagrams (MDD). This representation(More)
The Trusted Computing Group (TCG) defines the specifications for the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) and corresponding trust mechanisms that allow a TPM-enabled platform to run only authenticated software. For example, the operating system (OS) can use the facilities provided by the TPM to authenticate a Digital Rights Management (DRM) application before(More)
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