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Secure integer comparison has been a popular research topic in cryptography, both for its simplicity to describe and for its applications. The aim is to enable two parties to compare their inputs without revealing the exact value of those inputs. In this paper, we highlight three-party integer comparison (TPIC), where a judge, with no private input, wants to know the comparison result, while two competitors hold secret integers to do privacy-preserving comparison. The judge actively obtains thearXiv:2105.00625v1 fatcat:wffo725zxzfzbbpksustww2qva