Preserving Privacy in On-Line Analytical Processing (OLAP)
Preserving Privacy for On-Line Analytical Processing addresses the privacy issue of On-Line Analytic Processing (OLAP) systems. OLAP systems usually need to meet two conflicting goals. First, the sensitive data stored in underlying data warehouses must be kept secret. Second, analytical queries about the data must be allowed for decision support purposes. The main challenge is that sensitive data can be inferred from answers to seemingly innocent aggregations of the data. This volume reviews a series of methods that can precisely answer data cube-style OLAP, regarding sensitive data while provably preventing adversaries from inferring data.
Preserving Privacy for On-Line Analytical Processing is appropriate for practitioners in industry as well as graduate-level students in computer science and engineering.
-First book that concentrates solely on OLAP systems-Includes Lattice-Based Inference Control Method-Discusses methods that can be implemented on the basis of \emph(three-Tier) Inference control model in OLAP systems