Amitabh

2005-01-18 17:26:52 UTC

I have been working on the concept of 'additive' zero knowledge, which

is roughly described in the following papers:

http://homepage.cs.latrobe.edu.au/asaxena/saxena05auth.pdf

http://homepage.cs.latrobe.edu.au/asaxena/saxena05novel.pdf

The first paper sort of explains the concept while the second paper,

in an intuitive way, gives an existence proof.

An additive NIZK proof is based on the idea that a verifier can create

a different proof using an old proof in such a way that the

zero-knowledge property is preserved.

I would appreciate if anyone could give some feedback.

Regards

Amitabh

is roughly described in the following papers:

http://homepage.cs.latrobe.edu.au/asaxena/saxena05auth.pdf

http://homepage.cs.latrobe.edu.au/asaxena/saxena05novel.pdf

The first paper sort of explains the concept while the second paper,

in an intuitive way, gives an existence proof.

An additive NIZK proof is based on the idea that a verifier can create

a different proof using an old proof in such a way that the

zero-knowledge property is preserved.

I would appreciate if anyone could give some feedback.

Regards

Amitabh