On the efficiency of Pollard's Rho method for discrete logarithms
Pollard's rho method is a randomized algorithm for computing discrete logarithms. It works by defining a pseudo-random sequence and then detecting a match in the sequence. Many improvements have been proposed, while few evaluation results and efficiency suggestions have been reported. This paper is devoted to a detailed study of the efficiency issues in Pollard's rho method. We describe an empirical performance analysis of several widely applied algorithms. This should provide a better...[Show more]
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