T4-PrivacySensitivity - TowardsPrivacySensitive...

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Towards Privacy-Sensitive  Participatory Sensing K.L. Huang, S. S. Kanhere and  W. Hu Presented by Richard Lin Zhou
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Overview Significance of Privacy Sensitiveness Earlier Developments (Tessellation) Microaggregation Combining both techniques (Hybrid V-MDAV) Gaussian Perturbation
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Significance of Privacy-Sensitiveness Participatory sensing application requires  personal information Relies on altruistic participation Users needs to be assured of their privacy not  being violated
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Earlier developments Anonysense (Tessellation) Presented earlier by L. Tussing Divide users into groups of tiles. Generalization guided by the principle of k- anonymity.
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Not suitable for application that require fine- grained information. Application that collects traffic information Reports generated for different intersections associated  with the same Tile ID. Not useful for information purposes.
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This note was uploaded on 11/18/2011 for the course EEL 6788 taught by Professor Boloni,l during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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