|Paper title: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF SECURE POLYNOMIAL EVALUATION PROTOCOLS
Author(s): OCTAVIAN CATRINA,
Secure computation provides cryptographic protocols that support collaborative applications with private inputs and outputs.
We examine in this paper a collection of protocols that evaluate polynomials with private inputs and outputs using secure
floating-point arithmetic. A first goal is to provides a comparative analysis of their tradeoffs and performance. Moreover, the
analysis is an opportunity to discuss several general problems: the tradeoffs between complexity metrics, their effects on protocol
performance, and the importance of the execution environment in the experimental evaluation of secure computation protocols.
Keywords: Cryptographic protocols, Secure multiparty computation, Secure floating-point arithmetic, Polynomial evaluationYear: 2019 | Tome: 64 | Issue: 4 | Pp.: 417-422
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