The GPS Identification Scheme Using Frobenius Expansions

@inproceedings{Junior2007TheGI,
  title={The GPS Identification Scheme Using Frobenius Expansions},
  author={Waldyr D. Benits Junior and Steven D. Galbraith},
  booktitle={WEWoRC},
  year={2007}
}
The Girault-Poupard-Stern (GPS) identification scheme is designed for public key cryptography on very restricted devices. We propose a variant of GPS for Koblitz elliptic curves using Frobenius expansions. The idea is to use Frobenius expansions throughout the protocol, so there is no need to convert between integers and Frobenius expansions. We give a security analysis of the proposed scheme. 

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