Set Theory and Logic


Definition of the Zero Knowledge Proof Refuted © Copyright 2017 by Colin James III All Rights Reserved.

Authors: Colin James III

The formal definition of the zero-knowledge proof as rendered is not tautologous. What follows is the assumption that in NP all problems and all languages have zero-knowledge proofs is mistaken. What also follows is that one-way functions do not exist.

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