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4 May 2012 Quantum-message-oriented public-key encryption scheme beyond computational hypothesis
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We propose two definitions of quantum one-way transformation and quantum trapdoor one-way transformation beyond computational hypothesis, and give four examples. Then, we present a general way to construct a quantum public-key encryption scheme from a quantum one-way transformation and a quantum trapdoor oneway transformation, and give a concrete example which is quantum-message-oriented. The security of this kind of encryption schemes is based on the one-way property of quantum one-way transformation and quantum trapdoor one-way transformation, and this kind of schemes is information-theoretically secure.
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Min Liang and Li Yang "Quantum-message-oriented public-key encryption scheme beyond computational hypothesis", Proc. SPIE 8440, Quantum Optics II, 84400L (4 May 2012); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.922500
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