Probabilistic Properties of the Spatial Bloom Filters and Their Relevance to Cryptographic Protocols

@article{Calderoni2018ProbabilisticPO,
  title={Probabilistic Properties of the Spatial Bloom Filters and Their Relevance to Cryptographic Protocols},
  author={Luca Calderoni and Paolo Palmieri and Dario Maio},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security},
  year={2018},
  volume={13},
  pages={1710-1721}
}
The classical Bloom filter data structure is a crucial component of hundreds of cryptographic protocols. It has been used in privacy preservation and secure computation settings, often in conjunction with the (somewhat) homomorphic properties of ciphers such as Paillier’s. In 2014, a new data structure extending and surpassing the capabilities of the classical Bloom filter has been proposed. The new primitive, called spatial Bloom filter (SBF) retains the hash-based membership-query design of… 

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