Non empty string - minimal unique substring, Programming Languages

A non-empty string is called a minimal unique substring of s if and only if it satisfies:

(i) α occurs exactly once in s (uniqueness),

(ii) all proper prefixes of occur at least twice in s (mimimality), and

(iii) α > l for some constant l.

Give an optimal algorithm to enumerate all minimal unique substrings of s.

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