Completely fair SFE and coalition-safe cheap talk

@inproceedings{Lepinski2004CompletelyFS,
  title={Completely fair SFE and coalition-safe cheap talk},
  author={Matt Lepinski and Silvio Micali and Chris Peikert and Abhi Shelat},
  booktitle={PODC},
  year={2004}
}
Secure function evaluation (SFE) enables a group of players, by themselves, to evaluate a function on private inputs as securely as if a trusted third party had done it for them. A completely fair SFE is a protocol in which, conceptually, the function values are learned atomically.We provide a completely fair SFE protocol which is secure for any number of malicious players, using a novel combination of computational and physical channel assumptions.We also show how completely fair SFE has… CONTINUE READING
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