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Reports tagged with Lattice problems:
TR99-006 | 10th March 1999
Jin-Yi Cai

Some Recent Progress on the Complexity of Lattice Problems

We survey some recent developments in the study of
the complexity of lattice problems. After a discussion of some
problems on lattices which can be algorithmically solved
efficiently, our main focus is the recent progress on complexity
results of intractability. We will discuss Ajtai's worst-case/
average-case connections, NP-hardness and non-NP-hardness,
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TR99-016 | 25th April 1999
Irit Dinur

Approximating SVP_\infty to within Almost-Polynomial Factors is NP-hard

This paper shows SVP_\infty and CVP_\infty to be NP-hard to approximate
to within any factor up to $n^{1/\log\log n}$. This improves on the
best previous result \cite{ABSS} that showed quasi-NP-hardness for
smaller factors, namely $2^{\log^{1-\epsilon}n}$ for any constant
$\epsilon>0$. We show a direct reduction from SAT to these
problems, that ... more >>>

TR24-018 | 28th January 2024
Huck Bennett, Surendra Ghentiyala, Noah Stephens-Davidowitz

The more the merrier! On the complexity of finding multicollisions, with connections to codes and lattices

We study the problem of finding multicollisions, that is, the total search problem in which the input is a function $\mathcal{C} : [A] \to [B]$ (represented as a circuit) and the goal is to find $L \leq \lceil A/B \rceil$ distinct elements $x_1,\ldots, x_L \in A$ such that $\mathcal{C}(x_1) = ... more >>>

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