Efficient and Privacy-Preserving Ridesharing Organization for Transferable and Non-Transferable Services

  title={Efficient and Privacy-Preserving Ridesharing Organization for Transferable and Non-Transferable Services},
  author={Mahmoud Nabil and Ahmed B. T. Sherif and Mohamed Mahmoud and Ahmad Alsharif and Mohamed M. Abdallah},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing},
Ridesharing allows multiple persons to share one vehicle for their trips instead of using multiple vehicles. Ridesharing can reduce the number of vehicles in the street, which consequently can reduce air pollution, traffic congestion, and transportation cost. However, ridesharing organization requires passengers to report sensitive location information about their trips to a trip organizing server (TOS) which creates a serious privacy issue. The existing ridesharing organization schemes are… 
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