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Long term confidentiality: a survey

Johannes Braun, Johannes Buchmann, Ciaran Mullan, Alex Wiesmaier
2012 Designs, Codes and Cryptography  
Yet encryption under a computationally secure cryptosystem cannot provide a guarantee of long term confidentiality, due to potential advances in computing power or cryptanalysis.  ...  Long term confidentiality is ensured by information theoretically secure ciphers, but at the expense of impractical key agreement and key management.  ...  This article provides a survey of cryptographic schemes relevant for long term confidentiality.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10623-012-9747-6 fatcat:uk3afgjhrfduxeytawbqkvt4fq

AIDS and the long-term care system: a nursing home survey

E A Carner, J F Bressler
1990 The Journal of long term care administration  
AIDS AND THE LONG-TERM CARE SYSTEM: A Nursing Home Survey By Erwin A. Carner, Ed.D., M.S.W. and Jeanette F.  ...  Box 31900-133, Houston, TX 77232-1900 mi Phone: 713/661-0632 16 THE JOURNAL OF LONG-TERM CARE ADMINISTRATION  ... 
pmid:10109345 fatcat:5lqhocm3e5e63o2ykkldbh4xbm

Confidentiality-Preserving Publish/Subscribe

Emanuel Onica, Pascal Felber, Hugues Mercier, Etienne Rivière
2016 ACM Computing Surveys  
This survey classifies and analyzes different approaches to confidentiality preservation for pub/sub, from applications of trust and access control models to novel encryption techniques.  ...  It is a natural fit for deployment in untrusted environments such as public clouds linking applications across multiple sites.  ...  None of these surveys targets confidentiality in pub/sub systems.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2940296 fatcat:dba4fatv2ffkrizjyhjjfihsoy

Value judgments in long-term care: a survey of NHAs (nursing home administrators)

M D Hiller, D B Sugarman
1988 The Journal of long term care administration  
Ethical principles and social justice issues are appreciated but not emphasized in long-term care decision making. VALUE JUDGMENTS IN LONG-TERM CARE: A Survey of NHAs By Marc D. Hiller, Dr.  ...  This article describes a survey of licensed nursing home adminis- trators (NHAs) that was conducted to examine the influence of ethical principles and personal values cn decision making in long-term care  ... 
pmid:10312833 fatcat:7w2j4s5eufb6fbrxj5nrk4s7pa

A survey of confidential data storage and deletion methods

Sarah M. Diesburg, An-I Andy Wang
2010 ACM Computing Surveys  
A. 2010. A survey of confidential data storage and deletion methods. ACM  ...  This survey summarizes and compares existing methods of providing confidential storage and deletion of data in personal computing environments. ACM Reference Format: Diesburg, S. M. and Wang, A.  ...  We also thank Peter Reiher and Geoff Kuenning for reviewing an early draft of this survey.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1824795.1824797 fatcat:vzapmp6lqveodcpenmw6egfuly

Confidential machine learning on untrusted platforms: a survey

Sharma Sagar, Chen Keke
2021 Cybersecurity  
A relatively new body of research confidentially trains machine learning models on protected data to address these concerns.  ...  In this survey, we summarize notable studies in this emerging area of research.  ...  The confidential model inference is much simpler and in a more mature state than confidential model training, therefore, not covered in this survey.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s42400-021-00092-8 pmid:34805760 pmcid:PMC8591683 fatcat:vmdemrhszjcynp6rytvckg7o5i

Long-term home ventilation of children in Italy: A national survey

F. Racca, G. Berta, M. Sequi, E. Bignamini, E. Capello, R. Cutrera, G. Ottonello, V.M. Ranieri, I. Salvo, R. Testa, A. Wolfler, M. Bonati
2010 Pediatric Pulmonology  
Conclusions: Care and technical assistance of long-term HMV children need assessment, planning, and resources. A wide variability in pattern of HMV was found throughout Italy.  ...  Conclusions: Care and technical assistance of long-term HMV children need assessment, planning, and resources. A wide variability in pattern of HMV was found throughout Italy.  ...  Core guidelines for the discharge home of the child on long-term assisted ventilation in the United Kingdom. UK Working Party on Paediatric Long Term Wang KW, Barnard A.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ppul.21401 pmid:21560263 fatcat:2cykfyjkkjeadeautt2qkizkda

Predictors of Response Rates to a Long Term Follow-Up Mail out Survey

Natasha A. Koloski, Michael Jones, Guy Eslick, Nicholas J. Talley, Pablo Branas-Garza
2013 PLoS ONE  
Conclusions: Psychological factors may play a role in determining who responds to long-term follow-up surveys although timing of incentives does not.  ...  Objective: Very little is known about predictors of response rates to long-term follow-up mail-out surveys, including whether the timing of an incentive affects response rates.  ...  Of interest we did observe that psychological factors appeared to play a role in determining who will participate in long-term follow-up surveys.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0079179 pmid:24223902 pmcid:PMC3817035 fatcat:v2dz5jrxsbfwldyjxwgwhoitze

The long-term effectiveness of refusal conversion procedures on longitudinal surveys

Jonathan Burton, Heather Laurie, Peter Lynn
2006 Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society)  
This paper uses data from the British Household Panel Survey (BHPS) from 1994 to 2002 to assess the long term effectiveness of refusal conversion procedures in terms of sample sizes, sample composition  ...  ABSTRACT Survey organisations often attempt to "convert" sample members who refuse to take part in a survey.  ...  14.8 27 Questions too personal 10.6 160 Respondent does not want to bother 11.7 1999 Nothing has changed in last year 15.7 51 Survey too long 17.2 64 Survey is a waste of time  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-985x.2006.00415.x fatcat:chk37euozjfgzcmk4xdy2qygyy

The long-term effectiveness of refusal conversion procedures on longitudinal surveys

Jonathan Burton, Heather Laurie, Peter Lynn
2006 Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society)  
This paper uses data from the British Household Panel Survey (BHPS) from 1994 to 2002 to assess the long term effectiveness of refusal conversion procedures in terms of sample sizes, sample composition  ...  ABSTRACT Survey organisations often attempt to "convert" sample members who refuse to take part in a survey.  ...  14.8 27 Questions too personal 10.6 160 Respondent does not want to bother 11.7 1999 Nothing has changed in last year 15.7 51 Survey too long 17.2 64 Survey is a waste of time  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-985x.2006.00402.x fatcat:p7h5u4thwzggdbfmnnfbfhu7za

A Survey of Statistical Approaches to Preserving Confidentiality of Contingency Table Entries [chapter]

Stephen E. Fienberg, Aleksandra B. Slavkovic
2008 Privacy-Preserving Data Mining  
A related problem, "association rule hiding" is often independently studied in the database community.  ...  Alan Karr for pointing out the close correspondence between the contingency tables and association rule mining and to Cynthia Dwork for getting us to explain the sense in which our approach addresses confidentiality  ...  In this chapter we provide a survey of the literature that explains the effectiveness of this strategy both for the protection of confidentiality and utility in connection with log-linear and logit model  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-70992-5_12 dblp:series/ads/FienbergS08 fatcat:23mk3td3rrbijpjffxv2ttvzeq

A survey of mental disorder in the long-term, rough sleeping, homeless population of inner Dublin

F. Hynes, K. Kilbride, J. Fenton
2018 Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine  
This suggests that individualised patient centred health and social care will be required on a case by case basis in the long-term rough sleeping population.  ...  We detected dual diagnosis (co-occurrence of severe mental illness and alcohol or substance misuse) in 10%.ConclusionMost but not all long-term rough sleepers in Dublin had a formal mental disorder identified  ...  Self-evidently, this group of long-term rough sleepers, situated at the extreme end of the homelessness spectrum, merits a robust response from a range of agencies.  ... 
doi:10.1017/ipm.2018.23 pmid:30931876 fatcat:cknlbw445vhzxcmvl7qsiiqz4m

A controlled survey of less typical long-term consequences after an extensive waterborne epidemic

Janne Laine, Outi Laine, Jukka Lumio, Jaakko Antonen, Salla Toikkanen, Mikko J. Virtanen, Markku Kuusi
2017 BMC Infectious Diseases  
A follow-up survey was performed to study less familiar long-term health consequences within a year from the outbreak.  ...  In general, long-term consequences of the outbreak can be considered minor in terms of the surveyed symptoms or complaints.  ...  However, as a large waterborne epidemic is a major incident affecting considerably both individual health and public health, other long-term health consequences may also occur.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12879-017-2260-9 pmid:28222687 pmcid:PMC5320643 fatcat:am4icgxosfa3pj5licmis7vh3y

Long-term psychiatric consequences of exposure to trauma in Cambodia: A regional household survey

Elizabeth Cantor-Graae, Thida Chak, Ka Sunbaunat, Johan Jarl, Charlotte A. Larsson
2014 Social Science and Medicine  
The current findings suggest that a greater understanding of factors that promote recovery and/or resilience in conflict-exposed populations may be useful for those concerned with trauma and its long-term  ...  Introduction The long-term psychiatric consequences of war and conflict on civilian populations continue to be an issue of great concern (Murthy & Lakshminarayana, 2006) , and particularly in Cambodia  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2014.10.049 pmid:25462614 fatcat:433hhdx4lrfzvlwdddrwbnrpji

Protecting confidentiality

J D Havard
1984 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Protecting confidentiality Not very long ago a patient could feel absolutely confident that whatever personal details he or she gave to a doctor would remain confidential.  ...  diazepine should be changed to a long acting preparation before withdrawal.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.288.6424.1102 fatcat:shrgpfd7hrd6bhkujzcwpsfufi
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