Here are the papers that I presented:

- Ideal forms of Coppersmith's theorem and Guruswami-Sudan list decoding by Henry Cohn and Nadia Heninger
- Using LLL-reduction for solving RSA and factorization problems by Alexander May

Nadia Heninger's rump session presentation at Crypto 2010

After my presentation, the following relevant papers/presentations were published:

- Nadia Heninger's January 8, 2011 talk at UCSD
- Ideal Forms of Coppersmith's Theorem and Guruswami-Sudan List Decoding, the final paper, published at Innovations in Computer Science 2011, pp 298-308.

Here are the books that I referenced in my presentation:

- The LLL Algorithm: Survey and Applications edited by Phong Q. Nguyen and Brigitte Vallee
- A Course in Computational Algebraic Number Theory by Henri Cohen

A copy of my slide set:

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