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2010-2013

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200000 CNY

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This paper intends to study quantum oblivious transfer protocol and the combination of theory and the classical threshold, and thus the research results as a sub-agreement to resolve a particular multi-quantum computing problem, specifically: construction does not belong to Hoi-Kwong Lo of no-go theorem Negative quantum secret full - or - no quantum oblivious transfer protocol and take a two oblivious transfer protocol, and extended to take a quantum n oblivious transfer protocols and quantum m - n oblivious transfer protocol. On this basis, the Institute structure and quantum oblivious transfer protocol classical threshold issue binding theory, combined with the advantages and unconditional security of quantum information classic threshold scheme will Shamir threshold scheme introduced multiparty quantum computing research agreement. The research results will be used as a sub-agreement for special applications to solve multi-quantum computing problems, such as millionaires' problem, dating services, more data is sorted, the average salary, verifiable quantum threshold signature, based on threshold secret sharing multi-quantum secure Comparative information and other issues. Expected research results and efficient solution for both application-specific multi-quantum computational problems, but also provide a useful complementary method for constructing quantum codes based on the quantum calculation for the multi-protocol designed to provide new ideas. More... »

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