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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
An attribute-based signature (ABS) is a special digital signature created using a dynamic set of issued attributes. For instance, a doctor can sign a medical statement with his name, medical license number and medical speciality. These attributes can be verified along with the signature by any verifier with the correct public keys of the respective attribute issuers. This functionality not only makes ABS a much more flexible alternative to the standard PKI-based signatures, but also offers thedoi:10.1007/978-3-319-24126-5_18 fatcat:jpbsayesljalth3r6ihtmd4wxy