Secret sharing schemes arising from latin squares

@inproceedings{Cooper2017SecretSS,
  title={Secret sharing schemes arising from latin squares},
  author={Joan Cooper and Diane Donovan and Jennifer Seberry},
  year={2017}
}
A critical set in a latin square is a partial latin square which has a unique completion. In this paper we demonstrate how critical sets can be used in the design of secret sharing schemes. Disciplines Physical Sciences and Mathematics Publication Details Joan Cooper, Diane Donovan, Jennifer Seberry, Secret sharing schemes arising from latin squares, Bulletin of the Institute of Combinatorics and its Applications, 12, (1994), 33-43. This journal article is available at Research Online: http… CONTINUE READING

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