An Efficient Lattice-Based Signature Scheme with Provably Secure Instantiation

@article{Akleylek2016AnEL,
  title={An Efficient Lattice-Based Signature Scheme with Provably Secure Instantiation},
  author={Sedat Akleylek and Nina Bindel and Johannes A. Buchmann and Juliane Kr{\"a}mer and Giorgia Azzurra Marson},
  journal={IACR Cryptol. ePrint Arch.},
  year={2016},
  volume={2016},
  pages={30}
}
In view of the expected progress in cryptanalysis it is important to find alternatives for currently used signature schemes such as RSA and ECDSA. [] Key Result They show that our scheme, when provably secure instantiated, performs comparably with BLISS and the GLP scheme.
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