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Approximating Private Set Union/Intersection Cardinality with Logarithmic Complexity
Authors: Changyu Dong, Grigorios LoukidesAbstract:
The computation of private set union/intersection cardinality (PSU-CA/PSI-CA) is one of the most intensively studied problems in Privacy Preserving Data Mining (PPDM). However, existing protocols are computationally too expensive to be employed in real-world PPDM applications. In response, we propose efficient approximate protocols, whose accuracy can be tuned according to application requirements. We first propose a two-party PSU-CA protocol based on Flajolet-Martin sketches. The protocol has logarithmic computational/communication complexity and relies mostly on symmetric key operations. Thus, it is much more efficient and scalable than existing protocols. In addition, our protocol can hide its output. This feature is necessary in PPDM applications, since the union cardinality is often an intermediate result that must not be disclosed. We then propose a two-party PSI-CA protocol, which is derived from the PSU-CA protocol with virtually no cost. Both our two-party protocols can be easily extended to the multiparty setting. We also design an efficient masking scheme for (1,n)-OT. The scheme is used in optimizing the two-party protocols and is of independent interest, since it can speed up (1,n)-OT significantly when n is large. Last, we show through experiments the effectiveness and efficiency of our protocols.
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