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Connections in distributed systems, such as social networks, online communities or peer-to-peer networks, form complex graphs. These graphs are of interest to scientists in fields as varied as marketing, epidemiology and psychology. However, knowledge of the graph is typically distributed among a large number of subjects, each of whom knows only a small piece of the graph. Efforts to assemble these pieces often fail because of privacy concerns: subjects refuse to share their local knowledge ofdoi:10.1145/1179601.1179619 dblp:conf/wpes/FrikkenG06 fatcat:gcrjmwzmojgltnygmrmekv2zni