Geographically Intelligent Disclosure Control for Flexible Aggregation of Census Data Production

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Geographically Intelligent Disclosure Control for Flexible Aggregation of Census Data Production


This paper by Caroline Young, David Martin, and Chris Skinner (University of Southampton) describes a new Statistical Disclosure Control method, the Local Density Swapping (LDS) method. New innovative methods of disclosure control are necessary to meet disclosure challenges which have been opened up by the growth, the availability and complexity of digital geographical information and its technologies.

Paper presented at the Satellite Meeting on Innovative Methodologies for Censuses in the New Millennium of the 56th Session of the ISI, Lisboa, 31 August - 2 September 2007.



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Created:Monday, January 21, 2008
Last Modified:Monday, January 21, 2008
Type: INFO
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Secondary Categories: 8. Privacy and confidentiality of information, 2. Census mapping and GIS, 1. Dissemination of census data
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