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2014

Titre
Can Homomorphic Cryptography ensure Privacy?
Auteurs
Antoine Guellier
Détail
[Research Report], 2014, pp. 111. RR-8568
Début du résumé
The advent of information technology, the dramatic increase of computational and storage capacities along with the development of worldwide communications promise very personalized, well designed and convenient services. However, although privacy is an important right in our societies, these services often neglect and abuse their consumers' privacy, by collecting sensible data notably. This work focuses on the protection of privacy in information systems. For this, it is known that traditional cryptography (e.g. encryption or signature schemes) is necessary, for instance to ensure confidentiality, but it is not sufficient. To enable usability and privacy at the same time, stronger tools are .....
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Titre
Combinatorial optimization in networks with Shared Risk Link Groups
Auteurs
David Coudert url; Stéphane Pérennes; Hervé Rivano url; Marie-Emilie Voge
Détail
[Research Report], 2014, pp. 26. RR-8575
Début du résumé
The notion of Shared Risk Link Groups (SRLG) captures survivability issues when a set of links of a network may fail simultaneously. The theory of survivable network design relies on basic combinatorial objects that are rather easy to compute in the classical graph models: shortest paths, minimum cuts, or pairs of disjoint paths. In the SRLG context, the optimization criterion for these objects is no longer the number of edges they use, but the number of SRLGs involved. Unfortunately, computing these combinatorial objects is NP-hard and hard to approximate with this objective in general. Nevertheless some objects can be computed .....
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