Privacy, Preservation and Performance: The 3 P's of Distributed Data Management

@article{Mungamuru2008PrivacyPA,
  title={Privacy, Preservation and Performance: The 3 P's of Distributed Data Management},
  author={Bobji Mungamuru and Hector Garcia-Molina},
  journal={2008 11th IEEE High Assurance Systems Engineering Symposium},
  year={2008},
  pages={392-401}
}
Privacy, preservation and performance ("3 P's") are central design objectives for distributed data management systems. However, these objectives tend to compete with one another. This paper presents a model for describing distributed data management systems, along with a framework for measuring the privacy, preservation and performance offered by such systems. The framework enables a system designer to quantitatively explore and optimize the tradeoffs between the 3 P's. 

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