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Is the following aggregation scheme private?
Is the following scheme private? By private i mean an untrusted aggregator (UA) cannot reveal anything other then an aggregate function output on plaintext data Each party holds a secret key $k_i$ ...
Nov 19 '13 at 16:41
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