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I) Ui chooses two random integers x1, xA Zq* and computes the following: R g x1 mod p , Q y Bx1 mod p mod q , X g xa mod p and l H ( X , Q ,V , y B , I ) . ii. (ii) Ui Chooses a pair of values ( t , t ) for every other ring member Ut (1 t n , t k ) in a pseudorandom way, and computes yt f t ( t , t )mod pt . iii. yn ) v . iv. (iv) Ui computes ( i , i ) f i1 ( yi ) by using the trap-door information of f i . First, it chooses a random integer K Zqi , computes i using (6), and keeps K secret.
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