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A Semantic Analysis of Secure Mulitparty Computation

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I am going to show some preliminary work and ideas about a C-like programming language with semantic support for secure multiparty computation. The semantic model will be used to verify some simple example programs. I would be very happy to get comments from securitists on this work (jointly with Nikos Tzevelekos, QMUL ).

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