lect01 - Anonymity - Introduction Fall 2009 TUR 2303 M 5...

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Anonymity - Introduction Fall 2009 TUR 2303 M 5 (11:45-12:35), R 5-6 (11:45-1:40) Prof. Newman, instructor CSE-E346 352-392-1488 Office Hours (tentative): MTW 2-3pm nemo@cise.ufl.edu - subject: Anon . ..
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Outline Course Outline – what is this subject? Projects and papers Policies
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Course Outline Definiting anonymity Needs for anonymity Obtaining anonymity Attacking anonymity Measuring anonymity Applications of anonymity Project presentations
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Projects and Papers Each student will pursue some area of research within anonymity A short (3-page) paper on this area is due mid- term A project proposal is also due mid-term Final projects will be demonstrated and presented in class over the last few weeks This is a major part of your grade! Take it seriously and do not procrastinate!
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Policies If you arrive late, please be quiet, and silence cell phones Prepare for class and bring pencil & paper Engage in the class while you are here – your
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course CIS 4930 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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