Cryptographic Accumulators : Definitions , Constructions and Applications

@inproceedings{Fazio2004CryptographicA,
  title={Cryptographic Accumulators : Definitions , Constructions and Applications},
  author={Nelly Fazio and Antonio Nicolosi and R Courant},
  year={2004}
}
After their first appearance in the cryptographic community ten years ago, cryptographic accumulators have received a discontinuous attention from the researchers of the field. Although occasionally studied, there has been no systematic effort to organize the knowledge of the subject, abstracting away from the unnecessary details of specific proposals, so as to provide a reliable starting point for further investigation. The goal of this paper is to present a complete picture of the topic… CONTINUE READING
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