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By R. G. G. Cattell (auth.), Carole Goble, John Keane (eds.)

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This quantity offers the lawsuits of the thirteenth British nationwide convention on Databases, BNCOD thirteen, held in Manchester, united kingdom in July 1995.
The quantity includes 2 invited contributions and 14 complete revised technical papers chosen from a complete of sixty four submissions. The papers are equipped in sections on useful databases, person interfaces, system-level algorithms, queries and transactions, and parallel and federated structures. even though BNCOD is a countrywide occasion there's powerful foreign illustration within the proceedings.

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In Proceedings of the International Information Hiding Workshop, April 1998. Generalising Mixes SD02. SDS02. SN03. A 29 Andrei Serjantov and George Danezis. Towards an information theoretic metric for anonymity. In Paul Syverson and Roger Dingledine, editors, Privacy Enhancing Technologies, volume 2482 of LNCS, pages 41–53, San Francisco, CA, April 2002. html. Andrei Serjantov, Roger Dingledine, and Paul Syverson. From a trickle to a flood: Active attacks on several mix types. In 5th Workshop on Information Hiding, volume 2578 of LNCS, October 2002.

Aik on equivalence classes in {ai1 , . . , aik } is the same as in A. Items that are unlinkable in {ai1 , . . , aik } are unlinkable in A as well. Figure 1 illustrates this for the small example of |A| = 11 with |A1 | = 3, |A2 | = 5, |A3 | = 2, |A4 | = 1, the equivalence relation ‘having the same filling’ and a subset containing 2 items from A1 and 4 items from A2 . Items having the same filling in A have so in its subset. A3 A1 A4 A2 A subset of A Fig. 1. Example: Same distribution on equivalence classes in A and its subset Let Ik be an index set enumerating all possible equivalence relations on {ai1 , .

Recently there have been made several attempts to define and formalise the notion of anonymity and unlinkability. Most of the models for anonymity are only formulated for communication scenarios. We give an overview of previous approaches and extend the information theoretic approach to arbitrary scenarios in section 2. , actions, pieces of information, and human beings). The notion of unlinkability and untraceability is well-known in electronic commerce. In section 3 we give an overview of the notion underlying known concepts in electronic commerce and more general scenarios.

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