Maximum Utility-Minimum Information Loss Table Server Design for Statistical Disclosure Control of Tabular Data

@inproceedings{Dandekar2004MaximumUI,
  title={Maximum Utility-Minimum Information Loss Table Server Design for Statistical Disclosure Control of Tabular Data},
  author={Ramesh A. Dandekar},
  booktitle={Privacy in Statistical Databases},
  year={2004}
}
Statistical agencies typically serve a diverse group of end users with varying information needs. Accommodating the conflicting needs for information in combination with stringent rules for statistical disclosure limitation (SDL) of statistical information creates a special challenge. We provide a generic table server design for SDL of tabular data to meet this challenge. Our table server design works equally well with counts data and magnitude data, and is compatible with commonly used cell… CONTINUE READING
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