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Step 3: The group controller * receives all blinded keys and stores them into the BKQ in the order of Arrival * selects a next-level key pair for GK generation by matching high-performance members' and low-performance members' blinded keys * broadcasts to only members who are located at Step 4: Approved members compute a key pair and send it back to the group Controller Step 5: The group controller * repeats Step 3 until the final GK has been generated * sends the final GK to all members when it has been generated Table 4.
The group controller receives all blinded keys and stores them into its' BKQ in the order of their arrival, with the higher-performance members' blinded keys stored in the front of the BKQ and the lower-performance members' blinded keys stored in the rear of the BKQ.
The group controller then requests members who are in the front half of the BKQ (the higher-performance members) to compute their Diffie-Hellman key exchange with those blinded keys and store them in the next level of the BKQ in order of arrival.
In such a situation, the orphan key will be shifted to the front areas in the next level of the BKQ and will wait until the other session keys are completed and stored in the BKQ.
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