Is it possible to develop an information theoretic basis for oblivious transfer? briefly explain.

aneesha
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jimlynch
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Your best bet is to check out some of the search engines and see what you come up with. Here's a DuckDuckGo search on it:

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=information+theoretic+basis+for+oblivious+tran...

rtrembley
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I’m not a cryptologist, so this is above my pay grade. Are you taking a course? You might want to search some of the scholarly articles using Google Scholar (scholar.google.com). You might also want to check out crypto.stackexchange.com where there is a Q&A section, although it is officially in beta. 

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