Explain why the trivial protocol for Alice and Bob to compute f(x,y)=x⨁y, where x,y∈{0,1}, satisfies the definition of secure 2-party computation. The trivial protocol is that Alice sends x to Bob, Bob computes f(x,y) and sends it to Alice.

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The problem statement of secure 2-party computation can be formulated in the following way: Alice and Bob are interested in computing f(x,y) such that they obtain no...

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