On 12/27/2013 8:37 PM, Stephen Paul King wrote:
Why do "real world" computers use noise oracles, or their equivalent?

Because for some problems it is quick and easy to check a proposed solution, but difficult to calculate one. So you generate proposed solutions at random until one of them checks out as correct; and this may be more efficient.

Brent

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