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Efficient and Constant-Round Secure Comparison through Function Transformation, Dynamic Group Switching and Asymmetric Computation
Krishna Kavi, Univeristy of North Texas
Research Symposium/James Routh AETNA/CVS
Ida Ngambeki, Purdue University
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