Secret Sharing Schemes and Linear Codes

Özadam, Hakan
Özbudak, Ferruh
Saygı, Zülfükar
The study of secret sharing schemes was independently initiated by Shamir and Blakely in 1979. Since then several other secret sharing schemes were introduced. Many of those schemes are (n,k) threshold systems. In this work we give a survey on secret sharing schemes using linear codes. We analyze Shamir’s scheme with an emphasis on the access structure. We explain Massey’s linear secret sharing scheme and mention its superiority to (n,k) threshold systems.
ISC Turkey 2007 Information Security and Cryptology Conference, (13 - 14 Aralık 2007)


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H. Özadam, F. Özbudak, and Z. Saygı, “Secret Sharing Schemes and Linear Codes,” presented at the ISC Turkey 2007 Information Security and Cryptology Conference, (13 - 14 Aralık 2007), 2007, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: