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Un artista independiente que hace música undergroud variada y creativa.

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De Concepción, Chile; área donde el tipo música que hago se reproduce en poca cantidad, sin embargo; cada vez más gente descubre este movimiento de Soundcloud.

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Precise heuristic for size of a uniform sample in $(mathbb{Z} / N mathbb{Z})^times$

I’m primarily a mathematicians dipping my toes into cryptography, and I have often seen/heard cryptographers use the heuristic that a uniformly random sample $a$ from $(mathbb{Z} / N mathbb{Z})^times$ will be "large", or that $a approx N$, without referring to a specific result. I want to make sure I understand the precise heuristic here. Is::Listen

I’m primarily a mathematicians dipping my toes into cryptography, and I have often seen/heard cryptographers use the heuristic that a uniformly random sample $a$ from $(mathbb{Z} / N mathbb{Z})^times$ will be "large", or that $a approx N$, without referring to a specific result.

I want to make sure I understand the precise heuristic here. Is the precise statement that the expected value of a uniformly random sample from $(mathbb{Z} / N mathbb{Z})^times$ will be $N / 2$, and therefore linear in $N$. Thus for parameter selection (as an example), if we can choose $N$ and security relies on a uniformly random sample being sufficiently large, we can make $N$ large enough that with high probability we get a sample of sufficient size?

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