Computers and Information Processing Technologies I by Prasad Yarlagadda, Yun-Hae Kim

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In fact, a server that is secure under formal crypto-graphic notions can be proved to be hopelessly inefficient for data processing [6]. Reference [7,8] noted that the exposure of a set of attribute values corresponding to a row may result in a privacy violation, while the exposure of only some subset of it may be harmless, and proposed a distributed architecture for outsourced database services. The key idea is to allow the client to partition its data across two or more service providers, and all these service providers are assumed to be unable to communicate directly with each other to achieve coalition, but this assumption is hard to realize under real circumstances.

3) The larger the payoff of player 1(D) providing coalition service is, for β=(D-A1-C1)/E, the larger the probability β that player 2 chooses inspection strategy is. Why? The reason is that the larger the D is, the larger the probability β player 2 chooses inspection strategy is, hence, the larger the probability of being exposed when player 1 chooses coalition strategy. For A1

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