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Private Searching On Streaming Data
Authors: Rafail Ostrovsky, William E. Skeith IIIAbstract:
In this paper, we consider the problem of private searching on
streaming data, where we can efficiently
implement searching for documents under a secret criteria (such as
presence or absence of a hidden combination of hidden keywords)
under various cryptographic assumptions. Our results can be viewed
in a variety of ways: as a generalization of the notion of a Private
Information Retrieval (to the more general queries and to a
streaming environment as well as to public-key
as positive results on privacy-preserving datamining; and as a
delegation of hidden program computation to other machines.
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