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Several security protocols require a human to compare two hash values to ensure successful completion. When the hash values are represented as long sequences of numbers, humans may make a mistake or require significant time and patience to accurately compare the hash values. To improve usability during comparison, a number of researchers have proposed various hash representations that use words, sentences, or images rather than numbers. This is the first work to perform a comparative study ofdoi:10.1109/acsac.2009.20 dblp:conf/acsac/HsiaoLSSWKPSY09 fatcat:wbal6vxfcvhifno5ox5uh377vq