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TR05-110 | 3rd October 2005
Saurabh Sanghvi, Salil Vadhan

The Round Complexity of Two-Party Random Selection

We study the round complexity of two-party protocols for
generating a random $n$-bit string such that the output is
guaranteed to have bounded bias (according to some measure) even
if one of the two parties deviates from the protocol (even using
unlimited computational resources). Specifically, we require that
the output's ... more >>>

TR15-092 | 31st May 2015
Yael Tauman Kalai, Ilan Komargodski

Compressing Communication in Distributed Protocols

Revisions: 2

We show how to compress communication in distributed protocols in which parties do not have private inputs. More specifically, we present a generic method for converting any protocol in which parties do not have private inputs, into another protocol where each message is "short" while preserving the same number of ... more >>>

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