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T1,0 T2,1 T2,0 SigT RootT ... T TT ,0 TT ,1 ... l Fig. 1. General construction of GMSS For any given signature s ∈ {0, . . +hT − 1}, there is a unique path p from the Merkle tree on the lowest layer T , which is used to sign the digest, to the single Merkle tree on the top layer 1 (T1,0 ). This path involves one Merkle tree at each layer i = 1, . . , T . A GMSS signature of a message digest d contains the one-time signature Sigd of d and the one-time signatures SigT of the roots of all Merkle trees on path p, except for T1,0 .

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