Geocode Matching and Privacy Preservation
Geocoding is the process of matching addresses to geographic locations, such as latitudes and longitudes, or local census areas. In many applications, addresses are the key to geo-spatial data analysis and mining. Privacy and confidentiality are of paramount importance when data from, for example, cancer registries or crime databases is geocoded. Various approaches to privacy-preserving data matching, also called record linkage or entity resolution, have been developed in recent times. However,...[Show more]
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