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2021-05-05, 11:48   #15
Walter

"Walter S. Gisler"
Sep 2020
Switzerland

11 Posts

I believe I have solved the first part of the problem. I.e. I have a set of T triplets that satisfy the conditions 1-4.

However, I am a bit confused by the second part:

Quote:
 Given this set, one can generate $A_0$ and $A_1$ that satisfy $A_0$ is equivalent to $F_{m_k-a_k} modulo p_k$ $A_1$ is equivalent to $F_{m_k-a_k+1} modulo p_k$
Should there be a $A_0$ and $A_1$ that satisfies this for every $k$? Or is it sufficient if it is satisfied for one $k$? The problem specification isn't so clear about this, or am I missing something? I haven't checked my solution in detail yet, but currently, my intuition is that there isn't a pair of $A_0$ and $A_1$ that satisfies it for all k in my solution.