Contemporary Mathematics: Algebra and Computer Science-volume 677

Title

Contemporary Mathematics: Algebra and Computer Science-volume 677

Role

Co-editors: Delaram Kahrobaei, Bren Cavallo, David Garber

Contributing authors: Benjamin Fine, Chi Sing Chum, Anja IS Moldenhauer, Gerhard Rosenberger, and Xiaowen Zhang

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Benjamin Fine is a contributing author, "On secret sharing protocols" with Chi Sing Chum, Anja IS Moldenhauer, Gerhard Rosenberger, and Xiaowen Zhang.

Book description: This volume contains the proceedings of three special sessions: Algebra and Computer Science, held during the Joint AMS-EMS-SPM meeting in Porto, Portugal, June 10-13, 2015; Groups, Algorithms, and Cryptography, held during the Joint Mathematics Meeting in San Antonio, TX, January 10-13, 2015; and Applications of Algebra to Cryptography, held during the Joint AMS-Israel Mathematical Union meeting in Tel-Aviv, Israel, June 16-19, 2014. Papers contained in this volume address a wide range of topics, from theoretical aspects of algebra, namely group theory, universal algebra and related areas, to applications in several different areas of computer science. From the computational side, the book aims to reflect the rapidly emerging area of algorithmic problems in algebra, their computational complexity and applications, including information security, constraint satisfaction problems, and decision theory. The book gives special attention to recent advances in quantum computing that highlight the need for a variety of new intractability assumptions and have resulted in a new area called group-based cryptography.

ISBN

9781470423032

Publication Date

2016

Publication Information

Chum, Chi Sing, Benjamin Fine, Anja IS Moldenhauer, Gerhard Rosenberger, and Xiaowen Zhang. "On secret sharing protocols." Contemporary Mathematics: Algebra and Computer Science-volume 677, edited by Delaram Kahrobaei, Bren Cavallo, David Garber (2016): 51. 9781470423032

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