Topology-Hiding Computation for Networks with Unknown Delays
PKC 2020, pp. 159-181, 2020.
Topology-Hiding Computation (THC) allows a set of parties to securely compute a function over an incomplete network without revealing information on the network topology. Since its introduction in TCC'15 by Moran et al., the research on THC has focused on reducing the communication complexity, allowing larger graph classes, and tolerating...More
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