Cryptographie: Théorie et pratique by Douglas Stinson

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We require that variables first occur in so-called accessible positions. 10 (Accessible Subterm Relation) The accessible subterm relation acc is defined as the reflexive, transitive closure of the smallest relation satisfying the following for all terms t1 , t2 : t1 t2 acc acc (t1 , t2 ), (t1 , t2 ). t1 acc {|t1 |}t2 , We consider a sequence of role events to be well-formed if all variables are initialised in an accessible position in a recv event before being used in another event. We generalise the function vars, which determines the variables occurring in a role 22 3 Operational Semantics term, to sequences of role events, vars : RoleEvent∗ → P(Var).

More formally, a cast function is a mapping that for each claim and each role identifies a run from the trace that is a possible communication partner. The purpose of the cast function is to identify which runs perform which roles, from the perspective of a particular claim run event. This leads to two requirements that must be met by any cast function, irrespective of the particular protocol and trace. The first requirement is that assigned run identifiers execute the role they are assigned to.

The only requirement is that its run identifier θ should not already occur in F . The premises of the send rule state that there is a run in F whose next step is a send event. Upon execution of this send event the adversary learns the sent message and the run progresses to the next step. The premises of the recv rule state that there is a run in F whose next step is a receive event. The difference with the send rule is that the transition is only enabledif the adversary can infer a message m that matches the pattern pt.

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