Seminar details

salle A. Turing CE4

18 January 2006 - 14h00
Spam fighting and The Complexity of Pebbling Graphs.
by Moni Naor from Weizmann Institute of Science (Israel)

Abstract: Consider the following simple technique for combatting spam:
If I don't know you, and you want your e-mail to appear in my inbox, then you must attach to your message an easily verified proof of computational effort, just for me and just for this message.
To apply this approach one needs to be able to come up with computational problems where solving them requires significant expenditure of resources while verifying a solution can be done easily. In this talk I will introduce this approach and concentrate on the choice of computational problems for which most of the work is in retrieving information from memory. In particular I will describe the connection to pebbling problems.
Joint work with Cynthia Dwork and Hoeteck Wee

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