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Lower bounds on the probability of deception in authentication with arbitration

Johansson, Thomas LU (1994) In IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 40(5). p.1573-1585
Abstract
The paper investigates a model for authentication in which not only an outsider, but also the transmitter or the receiver, may cheat. Lower bounds on the probability of success for different types of deception as well as on the parameters of secure authentication codes are derived. The latter bounds are shown to be tight by demonstrating codes in projective space that meet the bounds with equality.
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1573 - 1585
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  series       = {IEEE Transactions on Information Theory},
  title        = {Lower bounds on the probability of deception in authentication with arbitration},
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  volume       = {40},
  year         = {1994},
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