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The digit base and the NTT convolution
Suppose I'm using a number theoretic transform (NTT) in an integer field $GF(p)$. I assume that $2n$-th root of unity exists for such a $p$, and I want to compute a convolution of two $n$-length ...
Apr 20 '12 at 11:57
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