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Fig. 2. Rsim - A variant of Barak’s relation  a “good” error-correcting code ECC (with constant distance and polynomialtime encoding and decoding procedures), and replacing the condition c = Com(h(Π); s) with c = Com(ECC(h(Π)); s). Our protocol. We are now ready to present our concurrent zero knowledge protocol, denoted P, V . Let P and V denote the prover and veriﬁer respectively. Let N denote the bound on the number of veriﬁers in the system. In our construction, the identity of a veriﬁer Vi corresponds to a veriﬁcation key vki of a secure signature scheme and a hash function hi ∈ Hn from a family Hn of collision-resistant hash functions.
The authority uses a group generation algorithm for which the SXDH assumption holds to generate a bilinear group (G1 , G2 , GT ) with g2 and g1 as generators of G1 and G2 respectively. Assume that G1 and G2 are of order q, and let e be a bilinear pairing on G1 × G2 . Then it picks c at random from Zq , and sets f = gc2 . It further picks Δ1 , Δ2 , Δ3 , Δ4 , Δ5 , b, d, e, u, z from Zq , and publishes the following public key PK: 1 ·b+d 2 ·b+e 3 ·b+c 4 ·b+z g1 , gb1 , v1 = g−Δ , v2 = g−Δ , v3 = g−Δ , v4 = g−Δ , and k = 1 1 1 1 −Δ5 ·b+u .
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