Quantum Encryption Using Lattice On Streaming Video In VLSI
A lattice is a geometric object that is pictorially described as a set of intersection points of an n-dimensional grid
that is infinite .Lattices are geometric objects which are pictorially described as set of intersection points of an infinite ndimensional
grid. Lattice based algorithms have a paralleled structure that makes them faster. They can be easily applied for
homomorphic encryption and have high asymptotic. As the number of dimensions increase in lattice, more difficult it
becomes to do cryptanalysis. Lattices are assumed to be strong against quantum brute force attacks.
Development of lattice reduction algorithm and connection between worst-case and average case in certain lattice problems
are the most important breakthroughs which have made application of lattice for encryption feasible.
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