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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The ability of databases to organize and share data often raises privacy concerns. Data warehousing combined with data mining, bringing data from multiple sources under a single authority, increases the risk of privacy violations. Privacy preserving data mining provides a means of addressing this issue, particularly if data mining is done in a way that doesn't disclose information beyond the result. This paper presents a method for privately computing k − nn classification from distributeddoi:10.1007/978-3-540-30116-5_27 fatcat:pxmlkb34vrewpetlelxzijxwtu