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You are on the right track. However, as Ricky Demer points out in the comments, your suggestion would not work because the input is encrypted with different public keys. To fix this you need to use the properties of the threshold-encryption scheme. In a threshold-encryption scheme the players run a key-generation protocol in order to generate a common ...
Circuits can be expressed using very simple operations. For example, a boolean circuit consists of only two types of gates, addition and multiplication (where the input values are each 1 bit). Furthermore, (boolean) circuits can describe any computation. This is very nice when it comes to fully-homomorphic encryption. All we have to do is provide a way to ...
IIRC, most current homomorphic encryption systems can evaluate a boolean function. A boolean function can be implemented as a logic circuit. The term was borrowed.
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