Oblivious Parallel RAM and Applications

@inproceedings{Boyle2016ObliviousPR,
  title={Oblivious Parallel RAM and Applications},
  author={Elette Boyle and Kai-Min Chung and Rafael Pass},
  booktitle={TCC},
  year={2016}
}
We initiate the study of cryptography for parallel RAM (PRAM) programs. The PRAM model captures modern multi-core architectures and cluster computing models, where several processors execute in parallel and make accesses to shared memory, and provides the “best of both” circuit and RAM models, supporting both cheap random access and parallelism. We propose and attain the notion of Oblivious PRAM. We present a compiler taking any PRAM into one whose distribution of memory accesses is… CONTINUE READING
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