Eran Omri BarIlan University Joint work with Amos Beimel and Ilan Orlov BGU Ilan Orlov Coin Tossing 2 What is the minimal bias for multiparty cointoss Coin tossing is a basic primitive in secure computation ID: 474694 Download Presentation

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