Application of Fuzzy Logic in Identity-Based Cryptography
Abstract: This work explains the fundamental definitions required to define and create Fuzzy Identity-Based Encryption schemes as an error-tolerant version of Identity-Based Encryption schemes, along with three different examples of such creations. These examples are Sahai-Waters' FIBE, Baek et al.'s EFIBE-I and EFIBE-II. The required Set-up, Key Generation, Encryption and Decryption algorithms for each scheme are formalized and the proofs of security using the Selective-ID model are introduced. Subtle differences between the three schemes are discussed, including their computational efficiency comparison. The writing is intended as a self-sufficient resource for readers, containing the schemes and background definitions.
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