Reflections on PRAM

@inproceedings{Wolf1999ReflectionsOP,
  title={Reflections on PRAM},
  author={Peter-Paul de Wolf and Jos{\'e} M. Gouweleeuw and Peter Kooiman and Leon Willenborg},
  year={1999}
}
PRAM is a probabilistic, perturbative method for disclosure protection of categorical variables in microdata files. If PRAM is to be applied, several issues should be carefully considered. The microdata file will usually contain a specific structure, e.g., a hierarchical structure when all members of a household are present in the data file. To what extent should PRAM conserve that structure? How should a user of the perturbed file deal with variables that can (logically) be deduced from other… CONTINUE READING

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