Streaming computations with a loquacious prover

@inproceedings{Klauck2013StreamingCW,
  title={Streaming computations with a loquacious prover},
  author={Hartmut Klauck and Ved Prakash},
  booktitle={ITCS},
  year={2013}
}
We define a new model of data streaming algorithms that employ a prover/helper to outsource difficult computations in a verifiable way. While for the verifier the usual time (per symbol read) and space constraints of the data streaming model are in place, the prover has unbounded space. Both parties cannot look into the future (i.e., do not know data arriving later). Previous work on such models either severely restricted the total communication between the prover and the verifier, or extended… CONTINUE READING
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