# One way analogues of Logspace

When we say a function is one-way we typically mean a function is encodable in $$P$$ but its decryption is not in $$P$$ but in $$UP$$.

Likewise we say a function is logspace one-way if the function is encodable $$L$$ but its decryption is not in $$L$$ but still in $$UL$$ ($$L$$ vs $$UL$$ has not been settled yet). Since decryption is possible in $$UL$$ we rule out usual candidates such as factoring, lattice based schemes etc.

Are there any such candidate functions?