- SEE ALSO
Math::Prime::Util::ECProjectivePoint - Elliptic curve operations for projective points
# Create a point on a curve (a,b,n) with coordinates 0,1 my $ECP = Math::Prime::Util::ECProjectivePoint->new($c, $n, 0, 1); # scalar multiplication by $k. $ECP->mul($k); # add two points on the same curve $ECP->add($ECP2); say "P = O" if $ECP->is_infinity();
This really should just be in Math::EllipticCurve.
$point = Math::Prime::Util::ECProjectivePoint->new(c, n, x, z);
Returns a new point on the curve defined by the Montgomery parameter c.
n values that describe the curve.
Returns the precalculated value of
int( (c + 2) / 4 ).
z values that define the point on the curve.
Returns a possible factor found after "normalize".
Takes another point on the same curve as an argument and adds it this point.
Double the current point on the curve.
Takes an integer and performs scalar multiplication of the point.
Returns true if the point is (0,1), which is the point at infinity for the affine coordinates.
Returns a copy of the point.
Performs an extended GCD operation to make
z=1. If a factor of
n is found it is put in
This really should just be in a Math::EllipticCurve module.
Dana Jacobsen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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