Finds an elliptic curve point which is an additive inverse for the given point over GF(p).
This section describes the Intel IPP functions that implement arithmetic operations with points of elliptic curves [EC]. The elliptic curve is defined by the following equation:
y2 = x3 + A ⋅ x + B
Constructs the coordinates of a point on an elliptic curve based on the X-coordinate.
Computes a digital signature over a message digest.
Gets the size of the context of a GF(pd) field.
Computes the multiplicative inverse of an element of the finite field.
Sets the processor-specific library code for the specified processor features.
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The optional descriptor element describes the data associated with the operation. Descriptors are individual characters that indicate additional details of the operation.
The Intel IPP functions use the following descriptors:
Depending on implementation layer and specific parameters, some Intel® IPP functions need different amount of memory for coefficients storage and working buffers. To address this, follow the steps below: