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Thus X is a random variable of range T , and the distribution of X is exactly the distribution of transcripts in the real world. We similarly deﬁne Y : ΩY → T , so that Y is the transcript distribution in the ideal world. The H-coeﬃcient technique [36, 37], in its simplest form, states that if we can divide T into a set of (so-called) “good” transcripts T1 and (so-called) “bad” transcripts T2 , such that8 Pr[X = τ ] ≥ 1 − ε1 Pr[Y = τ ] (4) for some ε1 > 0 and for all τ ∈ T1 , then the adversary’s distinguishing advantage is upper bounded by Pr[Y ∈ T2 ] + ε1 .
Note that back-of-the-envelope computations suggest that fwd(τ ) and bwd(τ ) should be around q/N for q ≥ N = 2n and should be around log(q) ≤ n for q ≤ N . This motivates the deﬁnition of the following threshold ζ(q): ⎧ ⎪ ⎨3 log(q) + 2 if q ≤ N, ζ(q) := 7nq/N if N ≤ q ≤ nN, ⎪ ⎩ 14q/N if nN ≤ q. For now, the factors 3 log(q) + 2, 7n and 14 that appear in the deﬁnition of ζ(q) should be more or less ignored; these coeﬃcients are necessary to make bad transcripts, as deﬁned next, unlikely. (We distinguish between the cases N ≤ q ≤ nN and nN ≤ q only so that we can give a slightly sharper bound in the latter case.
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