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Enabling Fair and Privacy-Preserving Applications Using Reconciliation Protocols on Ordered Sets

Authors

Daniel A. Mayer, Georg Neugebauer, Ulrike Meyer, and Susanne Wetzel

Conference

34th IEEE Sarnoff Symposium, 2011

Abstract

Fair and privacy-preserving reconciliation protocols on ordered sets have been introduced recently. Despite the fact that these protocols promise to have a great impact in a variety of applications, so far their practical use has been explored to a limited extent only. This paper addresses this gap. As main contributions, this paper identifies e-voting, auctions, event scheduling, and policy reconciliation as four far-reaching areas of application and shows how fair and privacy-preserving reconciliation protocols can be used effectively in these contexts.

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@inproceedings{sarnoff2011,
  title = {Enabling Fair and Privacy-Preserving Applications Using Reconciliation Protocols on Ordered Sets},
  booktitle = {34th IEEE Sarnoff Symposium 2011},
  year = {2011},
  publisher = {IEEE},
  organization = {IEEE},
  address = {Princeton, NJ},
  abstract = {Fair and privacy-preserving reconciliation protocols on ordered sets have been introduced recently. Despite the fact that these protocols promise to have a great impact in a variety of applications, so far their practical use has been explored to a limited extent only. This paper addresses this gap. As main contributions, this paper identifies e-voting, auctions, event scheduling, and policy reconciliation as four far-reaching areas of application and shows how fair and privacy-preserving reconciliation protocols can be used effectively in these contexts.},
  author = {Mayer, Daniel A. and Neugebauer, Georg and Meyer, Ulrike and Wetzel, Susanne}
}