Multi-party fair exchange protocol
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- An -party single-unit general exchange is a permutation on , where each party offers a single unit of commodity to , and receives a single unit of commodity from .
- An -party multi-unit general exchange is a matrix of baskets, where the entry in row and column is the basket of goods given by to .
- Mukhamedov, Aybek; Kremer, Steve; Ritter, Eike. "Analysis of a Multi-Party Fair Exchange Protocol and Formal Proof of Correctness in the Strand Space model". Financial Crypto 2005.
- Franklin, Matthew K.; Tsudik, Gene (1998). "Secure Group Barter: Multi-party Fair Exchange with Semi-trusted Neutral Parties". Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 1465: 90–102.
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