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Protocols that stay zero-knowledge while many situations are carried out simultaneously are referred to as concurrent zero-knowledge, and this booklet is dedicated to their examine. The publication provides buildings of concurrent zero-knowledge protocols, in addition to proofs of safeguard. It additionally indicates why "traditional" evidence innovations (i.e., black-box simulation) will not be appropriate for developing the concurrent zero-knowledge estate of "message-efficient" protocols.
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