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Communication-Ecient Group Key Agreement Yongdae Kim
 

Summary: Communication-E∆cient Group Key Agreement
Yongdae Kim
Dept. of Information and Computer Science
University of California Irvine
kyongdae@ics.uci.edu
Adrian Perrig
Computer Science Division
University of California Berkeley
perrig@cs.berkeley.edu
Gene Tsudik
Dept. of Information and Computer Science
University of California Irvine
gts@ics.uci.edu
Abstract Traditionally, research in secure group key agreement focuses on min-
imizing the computational overhead for cryptographic operations, and
minimizing the communication overhead and the number of protocol
rounds is of secondary concern.
The dramatic increase in computation power that we witnessed dur-
ing the past years exposed network delay in WANs as the primary culprit
for a negative performance impact on key agreement protocols.

  

Source: Amir, Yair - Department of Computer Science, Johns Hopkins University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences