On digital signature schemes
Authors: N. Inassaridze, M. Joglidze
Affiliation: A.Razmadze Mathematical Institute of Tbilisi State University, Tamarashvili Str. 6, Tbilisi 0177, Georgia & Georgian Technical University & Tbilisi Centre for Mathematical Sciences 2University of Georgia, Kostava Str.77a, Tbilisi 0171, Georgia
Keywords: crypto, digital schemes, signature
ABSTRACT. Digital signature schemes are fundamental cryptographic primitives, useful as a stand-alone application, and as a building block in the design of secure protocols and other cryptographic objects. In this article, we give general overview of basic notions of digital signature schemes and discuss the multiple-time digital signature scheme given in 
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