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Low Ambiguity in Strong, Total, Associative, One-Way Functions

@article{Homan2000LowAI,
  title={Low Ambiguity in Strong, Total, Associative, One-Way Functions},
  author={Christopher Homan},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2000},
  volume={cs.CC/0010005}
}
Rabi and Sherman present a cryptographic paradigm based on associative, one-way functions that are strong (i.e., hard to invert even if one of their arguments is given) and total. Hemaspaandra and Rothe proved that such powerful one-way functions exist exactly if (standard) one-way functions exist, thus showing that the associative one-way function approach is as plausible as previous approaches. In the present paper, we study the degree of ambiguity of one-way functions. Rabiand Sherman showed… 
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