Inference-Proof Monotonic Query Evaluation and View Generation Reconsidered

@inproceedings{Biskup2020InferenceProofMQ,
  title={Inference-Proof Monotonic Query Evaluation and View Generation Reconsidered},
  author={J. Biskup},
  booktitle={DBSec},
  year={2020}
}
  • J. Biskup
  • Published in DBSec 2020
  • Computer Science
The concept of inference-proofness has been introduced for capturing strong confidentiality requirements—including privacy concerns—of an information owner, communicating with a semi-honest partner by means of their message exchanging computing agents according to some agreed interaction protocols. Such protocols include closed-query evaluation and view generation by the information system agent under the control of the information owner, and the corresponding request preparation by the client… Expand

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