PrivacySensitivityInParticipatorySensing

PrivacySensitivityInParticipatorySensing - Preserving...

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    Preserving Privacy in Participatory Sensing Systems Authors: Kuan Lun Huang, Salil S. Kanhere (School of CS & Engg., The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia), Wen Hu (Autonomous Systems Lab, CSIRO ICT Centre, Australia) Journal: Computer Communications (Vol 33 Issue 11, July ‘10) Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann Newton, MA, USA (Partly published at PerSeNs ’09) Presented by: Sara Gaffar
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      Contents Introduction A review of AnonySense Related Work Important References
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    Two Major Attributes This paper focuses on the spatial and temporal privacy of users, the two universal attributes expected to be included in user reports for all participatory sensing applications.
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  Assumptions The adversary does not know true values of time and location of user reports. However, the adversary has means to find out the temporal and spatial properties of his victims. The adversary is able to observe submitted
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