A General Completeness Theorem for Two-Party Games

@inproceedings{Kilian1991AGC,
  title={A General Completeness Theorem for Two-Party Games},
  author={Joe Kilian},
  booktitle={STOC},
  year={1991}
}
MIT for Two-Party Games We consider 2-party cryptographic games of the following form. Alice and Bob choose inputs i and j, respectively, from some finite domain D. At the end of the game, Alice and Bob learn the value of l'(i, j), for some function F. We establish a necessary and sufficient condition on F and D, under which one can implement oblivious transfer. Bob should learn the value of C(i, j), where C' is some circuit agreed upon by Alice and Bob, but learn nothing else about i. Alice… CONTINUE READING
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