Synonyms for σy or Related words with σy

σx              unitless              δx              σz              σi              shannon_entropy              σp              coupling_coefficient              δr              ωi              weighted_sum              λc              unnormalized              pearson_correlation_coefficient              μn              σa              arcsin              ωc              infinitesimal_strain_tensor              σb              φm              sample_covariance_matrix              exponentiated              δm              dirac_delta_function              quantile_function              kronecker_delta_function              ricci_scalar              absorption_coefficient              strain_tensor              triharmonic              multivariate_normal              covariance_matrices              heaviside_step_function              dx_dy              regression_coefficient              φe              σt              σe              matthews_correlation_coefficient              δij              ln_ln              sqrt_sqrt              δe              δy              ρf              kullback_leibler_divergence              quadratic_residue              μν              chi_squared             

Examples of "σy"
Σx, Σx, n, Σy, Σy, Σxy, formula_1, xσn, xσn-1, formula_2, yσn, yσn-1, Regression coefficient A, Regression coefficient B, Correlation coefficient r, formula_3, formula_4, Σx, Σxy, Σx, Regression coefficient C, formula_3and formula_3
The function F should be represented as a Boolean circuit on which the key generation algorithm would be applied. The key generation algorithm runs Yao’s garbling procedure over this Boolean circuit to compute the public and secret keys. The public key (PK) is composed of all the ciphertexts that represent the garbled circuit, and the secret key (SK) is composed of all the random wire labels. The generated secret key is then used in the problem generation algorithm. This algorithm first generates a new pair of public and secret keys for the homomorphic encryption scheme, and then uses these keys with the homomorphic scheme to encrypt the correct input wires, represented as the secret key of the garbled circuit. The produced ciphertexts represent the public encoding of the input (σx) that is given to the worker, while the secret key (τx) is kept private by the client. After that, the worker applies the computation steps of the Yao’s protocol over the ciphertexts generated by the problem generation algorithm. This is done by recursively decrypting the gate ciphertexts until arriving to the final output wire values (σy). The homomorphic properties of the encryption scheme enable the worker to obtain an encryption of the correct output wire. Finally, the worker returns the ciphertexts of the output to the client who decrypts them to compute the actual output y = F(x) or ⊥.