Protection Of Privacy Through Microaggregation
AbstractA proposal for maintaining privacy protection in large data bases by the use of partially aggregated data instead of the original individual data. Proper micro aggregation techniques can serve to protect the confidential nature of the individual data with minimumal information loss. Reference:Data base4s, Computers and the Social Sciences, R. Bisco (ed.),Wiley, 1970, pp. 261-272
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Privacy; data protection; micro-aggregation;
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