zk-PoT: Zero-Knowledge Proof of Traffic for Privacy Enabled Cooperative Perception

@article{Tao2022zkPoTZP,
  title={zk-PoT: Zero-Knowledge Proof of Traffic for Privacy Enabled Cooperative Perception},
  author={Ye Tao and Yuze Jiang and Pengfei Lin and Manabu Tsukada and Hiroshi Esaki},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2211.07875}
}
Cooperative perception is an essential and widely discussed application of connected automated vehicles. However, the authenticity of perception data is not ensured, because the vehicles cannot independently verify the event they did not see. Many methods, including trust-based (i.e., statistical) approaches and plausibility-based methods, have been proposed to determine data authenticity. However, these methods cannot verify data without a priori knowledge. In this study, a novel approach of… 

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