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The Anshel-Anshel-Goldfeld-Lemieux (abbreviated AAGL) key agreement protocol  is proposed to be used on low-cost platforms which constraint the use of computational resources. The core of the protocol is the concept of an Algebraic Eraser T M (abbreviated AE) which is claimed to be a suitable primitive for use within lightweight cryptography. The AE primitive is based on a new and ingenious idea of using an action of a semidirect product on a (semi)group to obscure involved algebraicdoi:10.1515/gcc.2009.63 fatcat:etatnnqzmvhxzm7wtqkwvkqk3u