Quantitative Analysis of a Probabilistic Non-repudiation Protocol through Model Checking

@inproceedings{Saha2009QuantitativeAO,
  title={Quantitative Analysis of a Probabilistic Non-repudiation Protocol through Model Checking},
  author={I. Saha and Debapriyay Mukhopadhyay},
  booktitle={ICISS},
  year={2009}
}
In the probabilistic non-repudiation protocol without a trusted third party as presented in [5], the recipient of a service can cheat the originator of the service with some probability. This probability indicates the degree of fairness of the protocol and is referred as *** -fairness. In this paper, we analyze the protocol quantitatively through probabilistic model checking. The *** -fairness is quantitatively measured by modeling the protocol in PRISM model checker and verifying appropriate… 

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