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keying

[′kē·iŋ]
(civil engineering)
Establishing a mechanical bond in a construction joint.
(electricity)
The forming of signals, such as for telegraph transmission, by modulating a direct-current or other carrier between discrete values of some characteristic.
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Apart from organizing the efficient creation of per-layer keys, there needs to be a means of supplying keying material to a media-security protocol.
The importance of this work is that in addition to the memory efficiency, negligible computation is required for key generation or establishment, unlike other works based on keying material assignment [13][14].
The X9.42-2001 standard defines the secure establishment of cryptographic data for the keying of symmetrically keyed algorithms (e.g., Triple Data Encryption Algorithm [TDEA]).