`pub fn sm4ks<const BS: u8>(x: u32, k: u32) -> u32`

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#48556)**RISC-V RV64 and target feature**only.

`zksed`

## Expand description

Accelerates the key schedule operation in the SM4 block cipher algorithm

This instruction is included in extension `Zksed`

. It’s defined as:

```
SM4KS(x, k, BS) = x ⊕ T'(ki)
... where
ki = k.bytes[BS]
T'(ki) = L'(τ(ki))
bi = τ(ki) = SM4-S-Box(ki)
ci = L'(bi) = bi ⊕ (bi ≪ 13) ⊕ (bi ≪ 23)
SM4KS = (ci ≪ (BS * 8)) ⊕ x
```

where `⊕`

represents 32-bit xor, and `≪ k`

represents rotate left by `k`

bits.
As is defined above, `T'`

is a combined transformation of non linear S-Box transform `τ`

and the replaced linear layer transform `L'`

.

In the SM4 algorithm, the key schedule is defined as:

```
rk[i] = K[i+4] = K[i] ⊕ T'(K[i+1] ⊕ K[i+2] ⊕ K[i+3] ⊕ CK[i])
... where
K[0..=3] = MK[0..=3] ⊕ FK[0..=3]
T'(K) = L'(τ(K))
B = τ(K) = (SM4-S-Box(k0), SM4-S-Box(k1), SM4-S-Box(k2), SM4-S-Box(k3))
C = L'(B) = B ⊕ (B ≪ 13) ⊕ (B ≪ 23)
```

where `MK`

represents the input 128-bit encryption key,
constants `FK`

and `CK`

are fixed system configuration constant values defined by the SM4 algorithm.
Hence, the key schedule operation can be implemented by `sm4ks`

instruction like:

```
let k = k1 ^ k2 ^ k3 ^ ck_i;
let c0 = sm4ks::<0>(k0, k);
let c1 = sm4ks::<1>(c0, k); // c1 represents c[0..=1], etc.
let c2 = sm4ks::<2>(c1, k);
let c3 = sm4ks::<3>(c2, k);
return c3; // c3 represents c[0..=3]
```

RunAccording to RISC-V Cryptography Extensions, Volume I, the execution latency of this instruction must always be independent from the data it operates on.