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Interactive Oracle Proofs

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Interactive Oracle Proofs
We initiate the study of a proof system model that naturally combines two well-known models: interactive proofs (IPs) and probabilistically-checkable proofs (PCPs). An interactive oracle proof (IOP) is an interactive proof in which the verifier is not required to read the prover’s messages in their entirety; rather, the verifier has oracle access to the prover’s messages, and may probabilistically query them. IOPs simultaneously generalize IPs and PCPs. Thus, IOPs retain the expressiveness of PCPs, capturing NEXP rather than only PSPACE, and also the flexibility of IPs, allowing multiple rounds of communication with the prover. These degrees of freedom allow for more efficient “PCP-like” interactive protocols, because the prover does not have to compute the parts of a PCP that are not requested by the verifier. As a first investigation into IOPs, we offer two main technical contributions. First, we give a compiler that maps any public-coin IOP into a non-interactive proo...
Eli Ben-Sasson, Alessandro Chiesa, Nicholas Spoone
Added 03 Apr 2016
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Type Journal
Year 2016
Where IACR
Authors Eli Ben-Sasson, Alessandro Chiesa, Nicholas Spooner
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