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What you are describing sounds something like a Merkle Tree: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merkle_tree Note that the organization of a Merkle tree is fairly arbitrary; the graph can look like just about anything so long as it is acyclic. The interesting aspect of a Merkle tree is that any change anywhere in the data "bubbles up" the tree to the root, ...


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To the best of my knowledge, many cloud storage systems are using ABE (Attribute Based Encryption) schemes. In this system they can encrypt data on the client side, using an “access structure” rather than “in the cloud” because the cloud is a third party server, so we do not trust it. That's why they are using the client side. Also, ABE is well suited for ...


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In ε-differential privacy, ε represents the privacy parameter. You might want to try to enhance your research efforts because related papers and publications mention that more than frequently. Even websites like Wikipedia would have quickly provided you with an answer to your question. Quoting Wikipedia > Differential privacy > ε-differential privacy > ...



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