Alternative Protocols for Generalized Oblivious Transfer

  title={Alternative Protocols for Generalized Oblivious Transfer},
  author={Bhavani Shankar and K. Srinathan and C. Pandu Rangan},
Protocols for Generalized Oblivious Transfer(GOT) were introduced by Ishai and Kushilevitz [10]. They built it by reducing GOT protocols to standard 1-out-of-2 oblivious transfer protocols based on private protocols. In our protocols, we provide alternative reduction by using secret sharing schemes instead of private protocols. We therefore show that there exist a natural correspondence between GOT and general secret sharing schemes and thus the techniques and tools developed for the latter can… CONTINUE READING
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