All reports by Author Ron Rothblum:

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TR19-127
| 19th September 2019
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Noga Ron-Zewi, Ron Rothblum#### Local Proofs Approaching the Witness Length

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TR18-161
| 13th September 2018
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Justin Holmgren, Ron Rothblum#### Delegating Computations with (almost) Minimal Time and Space Overhead

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TR18-022
| 1st February 2018
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Omer Reingold, Guy Rothblum, Ron Rothblum#### Efficient Batch Verification for UP

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TR17-172
| 3rd November 2017
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Itay Berman, Akshay Degwekar, Ron Rothblum, Prashant Nalini Vasudevan#### From Laconic Zero-Knowledge to Public-Key Cryptography

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TR17-143
| 26th September 2017
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Tom Gur, Govind Ramnarayan, Ron Rothblum#### Relaxed Locally Correctable Codes

Revisions: 1

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TR17-097
| 31st May 2017
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Itay Berman, Akshay Degwekar, Ron Rothblum, Prashant Nalini Vasudevan#### Multi Collision Resistant Hash Functions and their Applications

Revisions: 1

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TR16-061
| 17th April 2016
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Omer Reingold, Ron Rothblum, Guy Rothblum#### Constant-Round Interactive Proofs for Delegating Computation

Revisions: 1

Noga Ron-Zewi, Ron Rothblum

Interactive oracle proofs (IOPs) are a hybrid between interactive proofs and PCPs. In an IOP the prover is allowed to interact with a verifier (like in an interactive proof) by sending relatively long messages to the verifier, who in turn is only allowed to query a few of the bits ... more >>>

Justin Holmgren, Ron Rothblum

The problem of verifiable delegation of computation considers a setting in which a client wishes to outsource an expensive computation to a powerful, but untrusted, server. Since the client does not trust the server, we would like the server to certify the correctness of the result. Delegation has emerged as ... more >>>

Omer Reingold, Guy Rothblum, Ron Rothblum

Consider a setting in which a prover wants to convince a verifier of the correctness of k NP statements. For example, the prover wants to convince the verifier that k given integers N_1,...,N_k are all RSA moduli (i.e., products of equal length primes). Clearly this problem can be solved by ... more >>>

Itay Berman, Akshay Degwekar, Ron Rothblum, Prashant Nalini Vasudevan

Since its inception, public-key encryption (PKE) has been one of the main cornerstones of cryptography. A central goal in cryptographic research is to understand the foundations of public-key encryption and in particular, base its existence on a natural and generic complexity-theoretic assumption. An intriguing candidate for such an assumption is ... more >>>

Tom Gur, Govind Ramnarayan, Ron Rothblum

Locally decodable codes (LDCs) and locally correctable codes (LCCs) are error-correcting codes in which individual bits of the message and codeword, respectively, can be recovered by querying only few bits from a noisy codeword. These codes have found numerous applications both in theory and in practice.

A natural relaxation of ... more >>>

Itay Berman, Akshay Degwekar, Ron Rothblum, Prashant Nalini Vasudevan

Collision resistant hash functions are functions that shrink their input, but for which it is computationally infeasible to find a collision, namely two strings that hash to the same value (although collisions are abundant).

In this work we study multi-collision resistant hash functions (MCRH) a natural relaxation of collision resistant ... more >>>

Omer Reingold, Ron Rothblum, Guy Rothblum

The celebrated IP=PSPACE Theorem [LFKN92,Shamir92] allows an all-powerful but untrusted prover to convince a polynomial-time verifier of the validity of extremely complicated statements (as long as they can be evaluated using polynomial space). The interactive proof system designed for this purpose requires a polynomial number of communication rounds and an ... more >>>