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By Leslie G. Valiant (auth.), Luís Caires, Giuseppe F. Italiano, Luís Monteiro, Catuscia Palamidessi, Moti Yung (eds.)

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The thirty second foreign Colloquium on Automata, Languages and Programming (ICALP 2005) was once held in Lisbon, Portugal from July eleven to July 15, 2005. those complaints include all contributed papers provided at ICALP 2005, - getherwiththepapersbytheinvitedspeakersGiuseppeCastagna(ENS),Leonid Libkin (Toronto), John C. Mitchell (Stanford), Burkhard Monien (Paderborn), and Leslie Valiant (Harvard). this system had an extra invited lecture through Adi Shamir (Weizmann Institute) which doesn't look in those complaints. ICALP is a sequence of annual meetings of the ecu organization for Theoretical machine technology (EATCS). The ?rst ICALP happened in 1972. This 12 months, the ICALP software consisted of the demonstrated song A (focusing on algorithms, automata, complexity and video games) and music B (focusing on good judgment, semantics and idea of programming), and innovated at the constitution of its conventional scienti?c application with the inauguration of a brand new tune C (focusing on protection and cryptography foundation). in line with a decision for papers, this system Committee bought 407 s- missions, 258 for song A, seventy five for music B and seventy four for tune C. this is often the top variety of submitted papers within the historical past of the ICALP meetings. The P- gram Committees chosen 113 papers for inclusion within the scienti?c application. particularly, this system Committee for tune a specific sixty five papers, the P- gram Committee for song B chosen 24 papers, and this system Committee for song C chosen 24 papers. the entire paintings of this system Committees was once performed electronically.

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On Foundations of Computer Science (2004) IEEE Press, 306-315. G. Valiant, Completeness for parity problems, manuscript, 2005. Probabilistic Polynomial-Time Semantics for a Protocol Security Logic Anupam Datta1 , Ante Derek1 , John C. Mitchell1 , Vitaly Shmatikov2 , and Mathieu Turuani3 1 2 Dept. Computer Science, Stanford University, Stanford, CA Dept. Computer Science, University of Texas, Austin, TX 3 LORIA-INRIA Nancy, France Abstract. We describe a cryptographically sound formal logic for proving protocol security properties without explicitly reasoning about probability, asymptotic complexity, or the actions of a malicious attacker.

Another advantage of the axiomatic approach is that different axioms and rules rest on different cryptographic assumptions. Therefore, by examining the axioms and rules used in a specific proof, we can identify specific properties of the cryptographic primitives that are needed to guarantee protocol correctness. This provides useful information in protocol design because primitives that provide weaker properties often have more efficient constructions. Axioms: Axioms AN2 and AN3 capture some of the properties of nonce gen˜ generates a fresh nonce x eration.

E. where each variable occurs twice) are #P- and ⊕P-complete. For read-twice CNF formulae #Pcompleteness was proved in the monotone case [BD97], and this will be sufficient Holographic Circuits 13 for the GENEQ result. Also, for more general formulae consisting of ∧ and ∨ gates #P- and ⊕P-completeness can be proved if each variable occurs just once positively and once negated [Va05]. This will give the GENOPP results. Let us therefore consider formulae F obtained in one of these two ways. We now construct a matchcircuit to evaluate such a formula F .

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