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Towards the evaluation of time series protection methods

AuthorsNin, Jordi ; Torra, Vicenç
KeywordsInformation loss measures
Time series privacy
Statistical disclosure control
Privacy in statistical databases
Issue Date2009
CitationInformation Sciences 179: 1663- 1677 (2009)
AbstractThe goal of statistical disclosure control (SDC) is to modify statistical data so that it can be published without releasing confidential information that may be linked to specific respondents. The challenge for SDC is to achieve this variation with minimum loss of the detail and accuracy sought by final users. There are many approaches to evaluate the quality of a protection method. However, all these measures are only applicable to numerical or categorical attributes. In this paper, we present some recent results about time series protection and re-identification. We propose a complete framework to evaluate time series protection methods. We also present some empirical results to show how our framework works. © 2009 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
Identifiersdoi: 10.1016/j.ins.2009.01.024
issn: 0020-0255
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