### Table 1. Complexity of Explicit Formulae

2003

"... In PAGE 2: ... Thus there are separate formulae for genus 2 and genus 3 curves. See Table1 in Section 2 for more details. In this paper, we consider the problem of parallel execution of explicit for- mula.... In PAGE 3: ... Curves of genus 5 and above are considered insecure for cryptographic use. We summarise the complexity of various explicit formulae proposed in liter- ature in Table1 . The cost generally correspond to the most general case.... ..."

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### Table V. Explicit Formula Specifications

1998

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### Table 3. Parameters for parallel versions of explicit formula in [11].

2003

"... In PAGE 10: ... The parallel version of the addition formula is presented therein. A summary of the results is presented in Table3 . We have the following Table 3.... ..."

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### Table 2. Parameters for parallel versions of explicit formula in [12].

2003

"... In PAGE 9: ...ection A.1 and the details of the doubling formula is presented in Section A.2. We present a summary of the parameters of the parallel versions in Table 2. Based on Table2... ..."

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### TABLE VII EXPLICIT FORMULAE FOR ADDING ON A HEC OF GENUS TWO (CANTOR)

2005

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### TABLE VIII EXPLICIT FORMULAE FOR DOUBLING ON A HEC OF GENUS TWO (CANTOR)

2005

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### TABLE X EXPLICIT FORMULAE FOR DOUBLING ON A HEC OF GENUS THREE (HARLEY)

2005

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### TABLE XI EXPLICIT FORMULAE FOR ADDING ON A HEC OF GENUS THREE (CANTOR)

2005

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### TABLE XII EXPLICIT FORMULAE FOR DOUBLING ON A HEC OF GENUS THREE (CANTOR)

2005

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