The Protocol Sample Clauses

The Protocol. The Corporation must issue a Verification Document to Dja Dja Wurrung members who propose to carry out any activities pursuant to an instrument referred to in item 1. The Verification Document must comply with the requirements in this Schedule 19. The Verification Document must be indelible and must be issued and administered by the Corporation. The Verification Document shall be sufficient to establish an individual’s entitlement to the terms and conditions of the Authorisation Orders and the Exemption and include the following details of the holder: name residential address date of birth; and a unique emblem or insignia of Dja Dja Wurrung membership. The Corporation agrees to maintain an accurate register of those Dja Dja Wurrung members to whom the Verification Document has been issued. When requested by Authorised Officers, the Corporation agrees to confirm, by reference to this register, whether or not an individual is the holder of the Verification Document. The State will respect the privacy of the members of the Dja Dja Wurrung and will comply with the Information Privacy Act 2000 (Vic) and the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). When an Authorised Officer encounters an individual asserting entitlement to access and use natural resources or carry out activities in accordance with an Authorisation Order or the Exemption, the Authorised Officer will verify the individual’s membership by inspecting the Verification Document. The Authorised Officer may act to ensure compliance with the Authorisation Order or the exemption. If the individual fails to produce the Verification Document to establish his or her entitlement under the Authorisation Orders or the Exemption, the Authorised Officer may act in accordance with his or her statutory duties. The State and the Corporation agree to review the operation of the verification protocol, when either Party requests this in writing. Variations and new Authorisation Orders etc (Clause 6.4(b) and 6.8)
The Protocol. CoCoA and Partial Updates ≺ In the description below, we use γ for the state of the party issuing the appropriate operation. The ordering used to resolve conflicts caused by concurrent updates is denoted by . An overview of the content of user-generated messages can be found in Table 3, and one for the contents of round messages in Table 4. ← v
The Protocol o Outlines for members and members of the public the reasons why information about them may need to be shared and how the consortium member organisation will control this. o Identifies the parties to this agreement as in 1.1 and 1.2 above. o Sets out the principles that underpin the exchange of information. o Defines the purposes for which the consortium have agreed to share o information. o Sets out the policies and procedures that support the sharing of information, to ensure that such sharing is in line with legal, statutory and common law responsibilities.
The Protocol. The SRD protocol decision tree diagram is shown in Figure
The Protocol. An overview of the protocol is provided in Figure 3.1. A full protocol description then follows in Figures 3.2, 3.3 and 3.4. We would like to note e = (sid, pos, n1, n2, k, T , N, S, c, µ1), where µ1 = s(k; pos, c; ). We have named the variable e for everything, as the variables contained in e are everything that both U and N knows. 12 U:kUSNS:kUSsid, T , n1, S sid, T , n1 ′sid, c = {sid n1, n2, k, T , T , N }kUS , ksid, c, s(k; pos, c; ) ′sid, n2, s(k; e; k )sid, n2 sid, ok Figure 3.1: Summary of the anonymous symmetric key establishment protocol πSKA. Communication between users and MNOs is via 7RL and between MNOs and SPs via 7sec. Stored: S , kUS, T = Token, N, kOn (Enter, pos, N) from Z:′
The Protocol. 2.2.1 Sets out the principles that underpin the sharing of information between the Project Sponsors.
The Protocol. ∈ ∈ { } ∈ { }{ }Definition 1 (Broadcast). A protocol among n parties P = p1, . . . , pn where a sender ps P inputs a value xs 0, 1 and each party pi computes an output yi 0, 1 achieves broadcast if the following conditions are satisfied:1. (Validity). If ps is honest then each honest party pi computes yi = xi.2. (Consistency). All honest parties compute the same output value.∈ { } ∈ { }{ }Definition 2 (Consensus). A protocol among n parties P = p1, . . . , pn where each party pi inputs a value xi 0, 1 and each party pi computes an output yi 0, 1 achieves broadcast if the following conditions are satisfied:1. (Validity). If every honest party pi holds the same input value xi = b then each honest party pi computes yi = xi.2. (Consistency). All honest parties compute the same output value. 2.1 Overview− − ≥[ |{ }With n parties P = p1, . . . , pn of which t < n/2 are corrupted, one can achieve broadcast in t/2 + 4 synchronous rounds followed by a fully asynchronous protocol. In general, d + 4 synchronous rounds are sufficient for d such that 3(t d) < n d. When t n/2 we need d + 5 rounds.The synchronous part is an n-party protocol that either detectably achieves agreement or wherein, alternatively, all honest parties detect a common set of some d parties that are corrupted — similar to a single phase in the protocols by Bar-Noy et al. [BDDS92]. We call this protocol Correct-Or-Detect Broadcast, d-CoD . We will choose d such that n − d > 3(t − d), i.e., that out of the N = n − d remaining non-detected parties at mostT = t − d < N/3 are corrupted.The d-CoD protocol is followed by a protocol constructing proofs of participation, calledthe PoP protocol. There exists a verification algorithm ver which takes as input a bit string pop and party id pj and outputs ver(pop, pj) ∈ {0, 1}. Below we write popj to mean that pop is a bit string for which ver(pop, pj) = 1 and we call such a popj a proof of participation for pj. After the execution of PoP all honest parties will hold some popj for all other honest pj. Furthermore, no popj will ever be constructed for a commonly detected pj. For pj which is not honest nor commonly detected some honest parties might hold a popj and some mightnot. In addition the proofs popj are transferable. I.e., they can be sent along with messages in the asynchronous phase and will be accepted by the recipient. The PoP protocol adds one extra synchronous rounds when t ≥ n/2.After the PoP protocol follows the asynchronous part, which is a conse...
The Protocol. The Protocol for the RESPONSE Trial (the “RESPONSE Protocol”) existing on the Effective Date is set forth on Schedule 2.2.1 hereto.
The Protocol. The Company reserves the right to amend the Protocol at any time, any such amendment submitted by the Company to be pre-approved in writing by C-G and the EC. C-G and the Study Staff shall not deviate from any aspect of the Protocol without the prior written consent of the Company, except where necessary to protect the safety or welfare of Study Subjects. In such event, the Investigator shall promptly notify the Company and its designee of such deviation and any requested changes to the ICF, which changes must be approved by the Company in advance.
The Protocol. The abstract pseudo-code of the protocol that solves n-set agreement using Υ and registers is described in Figure 1. Shared abstractions:Registers D, D[ ], initially ⊥; Binary registers Stable[ ], initially true Convergence instances: n-converge[ ], j-converge[ ][ ], for all j = 0, . . . , nCode for every process pi: