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Efficient Secure Two-Party Protocols

Techniques and Constructions

Hazay, Carmit, Lindell, Yehuda

2010, XIII, 263 p.

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"(T)he book is a pleasure to read, containing sufficient motivation, intuition, and informal discussion as well as detailed proofs of security. The book contains a superb treatment of both general secure two-party computation as well as several efficient protocols in this setting. The first three chapters of the book would serve as an accessible introduction to secure two-party computation for the interested graduate student; the rest of the book is an excellent starting point for the more specialized literature in the field. The book could also serve very nicely as a text for a graduate seminar in this area, or could even be used as a supplementary book at the end of a graduate 'Introduction to Cryptography' class. ... It belongs on the shelf of every researcher interested in this area." Jonathan Katz, SIGACT News Book Review Column 43(1) 2012

 

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