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    Title: A Nonrepudiable Threshold Multi-Proxy Multi-Signature Scheme with Shared Verification
    Authors: Shiang-Feng Tzeng;Cheng-Ying Yang;Min-Shiang Hwang
    Contributors: Department of Information and Communications Engineering,Chaoyang University of Technology
    Keywords: Digital signature;Proxy signature;Threshold proxy signature scheme;Proxy multi-signature scheme;Multi-proxy multi-signature scheme;Threshold multi-proxy multi-signature scheme
    Date: 2002-05-16
    Issue Date: 2009-12-08 15:38:25 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 亞洲大學
    Abstract: In this paper, we shall propose a threshold multi-proxy multi-signature scheme with shared verification. In the scheme allows the group of original signers to delegate the signing capability to the designated group of proxy signers. Furthermore, a subset of verifiers in the designated verifier group can authenticate the proxy signature. A threshold multi-proxy multi-signature scheme with the non-repudiation property is a scheme where the proxy group cannot deny signing for the message and the verifier group can identify the proxy group for a proxy signature.
    Relation: 第十二屆全國資訊安全會議 285-292
    Appears in Collections:[Department of Applied Informatics and Multimedia] Proceedings

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