## The Round Complexity of Secure Protocols (1990)

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### BibTeX

@MISC{Beaver90theround,

author = {Donald Beaver and Silvio Micali and Phillip Rogaway},

title = {The Round Complexity of Secure Protocols},

year = {1990}

}

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### Abstract

) Donald Beaver Harvard University Silvio Micali y MIT Phillip Rogaway y MIT Abstract In a network of n players, each player i having private input x i , we show how the players can collaboratively evaluate a function f(x 1 ; : : : ; xn ) in a way that does not compromise the privacy of the players' inputs, and yet requires only a constant number of rounds of interaction. The underlying model of computation is a complete network of private channels, with broadcast, and a majority of the players must behave honestly. Our solution assumes the existence of a one-way function. 1 Introduction Secure function evaluation. Assume we have n parties, 1; : : : ; n; each party i has a private input x i known only to him. The parties want to correctly evaluate a given function f on their inputs, that is to compute y = f(x 1 ; : : : ; xn ), while maintaining the privacy of their own inputs. That is, they do not want to reveal more than the value y implicitly reveals. Secure function evaluat...