A Security Architecture for Multi-Agent Matchmaking

@inproceedings{Foner1996ASA,
  title={A Security Architecture for Multi-Agent Matchmaking},
  author={Leonard N. Foner},
  year={1996}
}
Using a multi-agent system to match and introduce users who share share interests has important advantages, but handling sensitive data involves a number of design challenges in ensuring user privacy. This paper describes many of them, briefly summarizes some relevant cryptographic technology, and uses this technology to demonstrate how to avoid most of the potential privacy problems without unacceptable performance penalties. 
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