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IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive
Nearest neighbor search is a fundamental building-block for a wide range of applications. A privacy-preserving protocol for nearest neighbor search involves a set of clients who send queries to a remote database. Each client retrieves the nearest neighbor(s) to its query in the database without revealing any information about the query. To ensure database privacy, clients must learn as little as possible beyond the query answer, even if behaving maliciously by deviating from protocol. Existingdblp:journals/iacr/Servan-Schreiber21a fatcat:h54x5cp2affk7nv7hp4cxfq2ny