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2004
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Re-identification Methods for Masked Microdata
William E. Winkler
PSD
2004
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Privacy Preserving and Data Mining in an On-Line Statistical Database of Additive Type
In an on-line statistical database, the query-answering system should prevent answers to statistical queries from leading to disclosure of confidential data. On the other hand, a s...
Francesco M. Malvestuto, Mauro Mezzini
PSD
2004
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Outlier Protection in Continuous Microdata Masking
Abstract. Masking methods protect data sets against disclosure by perturbing the original values before publication. Masking causes some information loss (masked data are not exact...
Josep Maria Mateo-Sanz, Francesc Sebé, Jose...
PSD
2004
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Fast Generation of Accurate Synthetic Microdata
Generation of a synthetic microdata set that reproduces the statistical properties of an original microdata set is a promising approach to statistical disclosure control (SDC) of m...
Josep Maria Mateo-Sanz, Antoni Martínez-Bal...
PSD
2004
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Developing Adoptable Disclosure Protection Techniques: Lessons Learned from a U.S. Experience
The development of new disclosure protection techniques is useful only insofar as those techniques are adopted by statistical agencies. In order for technical experts in disclosure...
Nicholas H. Greenia
PSD
2004
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On the Security of Noise Addition for Privacy in Statistical Databases
Noise addition is a family of methods used in the protection of the privacy of individual data (microdata) in statistical databases. This paper is a critical analysis of the securi...
Josep Domingo-Ferrer, Francesc Sebé, Jordi ...
PSD
2004
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A Fast Network Flows Heuristic for Cell Suppression in Positive Tables
Abstract. Current network flows heuristics for cell suppression in positive tables (i.e, cell values are greater or equal than zero) rely on the solution of several minimum-cost s...
Jordi Castro
PSD
2004
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Computational Experiments with Minimum-Distance Controlled Perturbation Methods
Minimum-distance controlled perturbation is a recent family of methods for the protection of statistical tabular data. These methods are both efficient and versatile, since can dea...
Jordi Castro