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Structural Lattice Reduction: Generalized Worst-Case to Average-Case Reductions and Homomorphic Cryptosystems

Abstract : In lattice cryptography, worst-case to average-case reductions rely on two problems: Ajtai’s SIS and Regev’s LWE, which both refer to a very small class of random lattices related to the group G=Znq. We generalize worst-case to average-case reductions to all integer lattices of sufficiently large determinant, by allowing G to be any (sufficiently large) finite abelian group. Our main tool is a novel generalization of lattice reduction, which we call structural lattice reduction: given a finite abelian group G and a lattice L, it finds a short basis of some lattice L¯ such that L⊆L¯ and L¯/L≃G. Our group generalizations of SIS and LWE allow us to abstract lattice cryptography, yet preserve worst-case assumptions: as an illustration, we provide a somewhat conceptually simpler generalization of the Alperin-Sheriff-Peikert variant of the Gentry-Sahai-Waters homomorphic scheme. We introduce homomorphic mux gates, which allows us to homomorphically evaluate any boolean function with a noise overhead proportional to the square root of its number of variables, and bootstrap the full scheme using only a linear noise overhead.
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Nicolas Gama, Malika Izabachène, Phong Q. Nguyen, Xiang Xie. Structural Lattice Reduction: Generalized Worst-Case to Average-Case Reductions and Homomorphic Cryptosystems. 35th Annual International Conference on the Theory and Applications of Cryptographic Techniques, Part II - EUROCRYPT 2016, IACR, May 2016, Vienna, Austria. pp.528-558, ⟨10.1007/978-3-662-49896-5_19⟩. ⟨hal-01382384⟩



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