A complete characterization of a family of key exchange protocols

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Using a random deal of cards to players and a computationally unlimited eavesdropper, all players wish to share a one-bit secret key which is information-theoretically secure from the eavesdropper. This can be done by a protocol to make several pairs of players share one-bit secret keys so that all these pairs form a tree over players. In this paper we… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s102070100011

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@article{Mizuki2002ACC, title={A complete characterization of a family of key exchange protocols}, author={Takaaki Mizuki and Hiroki Shizuya and Takao Nishizeki}, journal={International Journal of Information Security}, year={2002}, volume={1}, pages={131-142} }