- SDitH relies on the MPC-in-the-Head paradigm which was introduced by:
Yuval Ishai, Eyal Kushilevitz, Rafail Ostrovsky, and Amit Sahai. Zero-knowledge from secure multiparty computation (STOC 2007).
- SDitH was initially proposed by:
Thibauld Feneuil, Antoine Joux, and Matthieu Rivain. Syndrome Decoding in the Head: Shorter Signatures from Zero-Knowledge Proofs (CRYPTO 2022).
- SDitH-Hypercube variant uses GGM trees as suggested by
Jonathan Katz, Vladimir Kolesnikov, and Xiao Wang. Improved non-interactive zero knowledge with applications to post-quantum signatures (CCS 2018).
- SDitH-Hypercube variant uses the hypercube technique introduced by
Carlos Aguilar Melchor, Nicolas Gama, James Howe, Andreas Hülsing, David Joseph, and Dongze Yue. The Return of the SDitH (EUROCRYPT 2023).
- SDitH-Threshold variant uses MPC-in-the-Head based on low-threshold secret sharing introduced in
Thibauld Feneuil and Matthieu Rivain. Threshold Linear Secret Sharing to the Rescue of MPC-in-the-Head (ePrint).
- The first-round submitters of SDitH to NIST are
Carlos Aguilar Melchor, Thibauld Feneuil, Nicolas Gama, Shay Gueron, James Howe, David Joseph, Antoine Joux, Edoardo Persichetti, Tovohery H. Randrianarisoa, Matthieu Rivain, Dongze Yue.