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When predetermined assignment is used, the setup server follows certain scheme to assign subsets of F to sensor nodes. A predetermined assignment should bring some nice properties that can be used to improve direct and path key establishment. 2 Phase 2: Direct Key Establishment A sensor node starts phase 2 if it needs to establish a pairwise key with another node. If both sensor nodes have shares on the same bivariate polynomial, they can establish the pairwise key directly using the polynomial-based key predistribution discussed in Section 2.

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