Private Function Computation for Noncolluding Coded Databases

22 Mar 2020 Obead Sarah A. Lin Hsuan-Yin Rosnes Eirik Kliewer Jörg

Private computation in a distributed storage system (DSS) is a generalization of the private information retrieval (PIR) problem. In such setting a user wishes to compute a function of $f$ messages stored in noncolluding coded databases while revealing no information about the desired function to the databases... (read more)

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