Bloom Filters in Adversarial Environments

  title={Bloom Filters in Adversarial Environments},
  author={Moni Naor and Eylon Yogev},
  journal={IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive},
A Bloom filter represents a set S of elements approximately, by using fewer bits than a precise representation. The price for succinctness is allowing some errors: for any x ∈ S it should always answer ‘Yes’, and for any x / ∈ S it should answer ‘Yes’ only with small probability. The latter are called false positive errors. In this work we study the possibility of Bloom filters in a stronger setting than the usual one, where an adversary can adaptively choose a sequence of queries according to… CONTINUE READING
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