Computational Intelligence and Security: International by Sosun Kim, Nam Su Chang, Chang Han Kim, Young-Ho Park,
By Sosun Kim, Nam Su Chang, Chang Han Kim, Young-Ho Park, Jongin Lim (auth.), Yue Hao, Jiming Liu, Yu-Ping Wang, Yiu-ming Cheung, Hujun Yin, Licheng Jiao, Jianfeng Ma, Yong-Chang Jiao (eds.)
The quantity set LNAI 3801 and LNAI 3802 represent the refereed court cases of the yearly foreign convention on Computational Intelligence and safety, CIS 2005, held in Xi'an, China, in December 2005.
The 338 revised papers provided - 254 commonplace and eighty four prolonged papers - have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from over 1800 submissions. the 1st quantity is geared up in topical sections on studying and fuzzy structures, evolutionary computation, clever brokers and structures, clever details retrieval, help vector machines, swarm intelligence, facts mining, trend popularity, and purposes. the second one quantity is subdivided in topical sections on cryptography and coding, cryptographic protocols, intrusion detection, safeguard versions and structure, defense administration, watermarking and knowledge hiding, net and community purposes, photograph and sign processing, and applications.
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Proof. ). From the adversary F0 , we construct a Turing machine F1 which outputs abP on input of any given P, aP, bP ∈ G∗1 as follows: 1. F1 runs Setup) to generate the PKG’s private key s ∈ Zq∗ , the adjudicator’s private key sa ∈ Zq∗ and other system parameters G2 , eˆ, Ppub , Pa , H1 , H2 , where Ppub = sP , Pa = sa P , An ID-Based Optimistic Fair Signature Exchange Protocol from Pairings 15 2. F1 sets Pa = bP , v = 1, j = 1 and Vl = Φ. 3. nh1 . 4. F1 gives Ω = (G1 , G2 , q, eˆ, P, Ppub , Pa , H1 , H2 ) to F0 as input and lets F0 run on.
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Proof. From F0 , we can construct an adversary F1 of CKY scheme. 4 in . Due to the limit of paper length, we omit the details of the proof in this paper. Theorem 2. In the random oracle mode, let F0 be an adversary which has running time T and success probability ε in opaque attack. ) respectively. Then there is a polynomial-time Turing machine F1 who can solve the computational Diﬃe-Hellman problem within expected time T + (5nV S + nE + nA + nh1 )M with probability ε/(e · nh1 · nV S ). Proof.