# estimator.reduction_default_cost¶

estimator.reduction_default_cost(beta, d, B=None)

Runtime estimation given β and assuming [CheNgu12] estimates are correct.

Parameters: beta – block size n – LWE dimension n > 0 B – bit-size of entries

The constants in this function were derived as follows based on Table 4 in [CheNgu12]:

sage: dim = [100, 110, 120, 130, 140, 150, 160, 170, 180, 190, 200, 210, 220, 230, 240, 250]
sage: nodes = [39.0, 44.0, 49.0, 54.0, 60.0, 66.0, 72.0, 78.0, 84.0, 96.0, 99.0, 105.0, 111.0, 120.0, 127.0, 134.0]  # noqa
sage: times = [c + log(200,2).n() for c in nodes]
sage: T = zip(dim, nodes)
sage: var("a,b,c,k")
(a, b, c, k)
sage: f = a*k*log(k, 2.0) + b*k + c
sage: f = f.function(k)
sage: f.subs(find_fit(T, f, solution_dict=True))
k |--> 0.270188776350190*k*log(k) - 1.0192050451318417*k + 16.10253135200765


The estimation

2^(0.270188776350190*beta*log(beta) - 1.0192050451318417*beta + 16.10253135200765)

is of the number of enumeration nodes, hence we need to multiply by the number of cycles to process one node. This cost per node is typically estimated as 100 [FPLLL].

 [CheNgu12] (1, 2) Yuanmi Chen and Phong Q. Nguyen. BKZ 2.0: Better lattice security

estimates (Full Version). 2012. http://www.di.ens.fr/~ychen/research/Full_BKZ.pdf

 [FPLLL] The FPLLL development team. fplll, a lattice reduction library. 2016.

Available at https://github.com/fplll/fplll