Universal Composition with Joint State

@inproceedings{Canetti2002UniversalCW,
  title={Universal Composition with Joint State},
  author={Ran Canetti and Tal Rabin},
  booktitle={IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive},
  year={2002}
}
Cryptographic systems often involve running multiple concurrent instances of some protocol, where the instances have some amount of joint state and randomness. (Examples include systems where multiple protocol instances use the same public-key infrastructure, or the same common reference string.) Rather than attempting to analyze the entire system as a single unit, we would like to be able to analyze each such protocol instance as stand-alone, and then use a general composition theorem to… CONTINUE READING
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