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Enhanced Flexibility for Homomorphic Encryption Schemes via CRT

@inproceedings{Hu2012EnhancedFF,
  title={Enhanced Flexibility for Homomorphic Encryption Schemes via CRT},
  author={Yin Hu and W. Martin and B. Sunar},
  year={2012}
}
The Chinese Remainder Theorem (CRT) has numerous applications including in cryptography. In a striking example of this utility, we demonstrate how the CRT facilitates making one additive homomorphic encryption scheme viable and making another more flexible. First we show that the CRT may be used to turn an intractable problem into a tractable one. Specifically, using the CRT to replace a single group element by a logarithmic number of elements in the same group, we lay the foundation for… Expand
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