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- Marco Baldi, Marco Bodrato, Franco Chiaraluce
- SCN
- 2008

We improve our proposal of a new variant of the McEliece cryptosystem based on QC-LDPC codes. The original McEliece cryptosystem, based on Goppa codes, is still unbroken up to now, but has two major… (More)

- Marco Bodrato, Davide Vione
- Environmental science. Processes & impacts
- 2014

The APEX software predicts the photochemical transformation kinetics of xenobiotics in surface waters as a function of: photoreactivity parameters (direct photolysis quantum yield and second-order… (More)

- Marco Bodrato, Alberto Zanoni
- ISSAC
- 2007

Karatsuba and Toom-Cook are well-known methods used to multiply efficiently long integers. There have been different proposal about the interpolating values used to determine the matrix to be… (More)

- Paolo D'Alberto, Marco Bodrato, Alexandru Nicolau
- ACM Trans. Math. Softw.
- 2011

We present a simple and efficient methodology for the development, tuning, and installation of matrix algorithms such as the hybrid Strassen's and Winograd's fast matrix multiply or their combination… (More)

- Marco Bodrato
- ISSAC
- 2010

Strassen's method is not the asymptotically fastest known matrix multiplication algorithm, but it is the most widely used for large matrices. Since his manuscript was published, a number of variants… (More)

- Marco Bodrato
- WAIFI
- 2007

Toom-Cook strategy is a well-known method for building algorithms to efficiently multiply dense univariate polynomials. Efficiency of the algorithm depends on the choice of interpolation points and… (More)

- Marco Bodrato, Alberto Zanoni
- 13th International Symposium on Symbolic and…
- 2011

In this paper the problem of univariate polynomial evaluation is considered. When both polynomial coefficients and the evaluation "point" are integers, unbalanced multiplications (one factor having… (More)

Karatsuba and Toom-Cook are well-known methods used to multiply efficiently two long integers. There have been different proposal about the interpolating values used to determine the matrix to be… (More)

- Marco Bodrato
- IEEE 20th Symposium on Computer Arithmetic
- 2011

Some hints and tricks to automatically obtain high degree Toom-Cook implementations, i.e. functions for integer or polynomial multiplication with a reduced complexity. The described method generates… (More)

- Marco Bodrato
- 2009

The use of Toom-Cook sub-quadratic polynomial multiplication was recently shown to be possible also when the coefficient field does not have elements enough, particularly for F2[x]. This paper focus… (More)