NTRUSIGN: Digital Signatures Using the NTRU Lattice

@inproceedings{Hoffstein2003NTRUSIGNDS,
  title={NTRUSIGN: Digital Signatures Using the NTRU Lattice},
  author={Jeffrey Hoffstein and Nick Howgrave-Graham and Jill Pipher and Joseph H. Silverman and William Whyte},
  booktitle={CT-RSA},
  year={2003}
}
We present a mechanism to encrypt to an arbitrary collection of identities using a variant of the Boneh-Franklin identity based encryption scheme. The decryptor is defined by a logical formulae of conjunctions and disjunctions. This enables a simple mechanism to drive access control to broadcast encrypted data using user identities as the public keys. 

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