The geometry of efficient arithmetic on elliptic curves Auteur(s): Kohel D.
Chapître d'ouvrage: Ref HAL: hal-01257129_v1 Ref Arxiv: 1601.03665 Ref. & Cit.: NASA ADS Exporter : BibTex | endNote Résumé: The arithmetic of elliptic curves, namely polynomial addition and scalar multiplication, can be described in terms of global sections of line bundles on $E\times E$ and $E$, respectively, with respect to a given projective embedding of $E$ in $\mathbb{P}^r$. By means of a study of the finite dimensional vector spaces of global sections, we reduce the problem of constructing and finding efficiently computable polynomial maps defining the addition morphism or isogenies to linear algebra. We demonstrate the effectiveness of the method by improving the best known complexity for doubling and tripling, by considering families of elliptic curves admiting a $2$-torsion or $3$-torsion point. |