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Best articles from IFIPTM 2014

  1. Time sequence data relating to users, such as medical histories and mobility data, are good candidates for data mining, but often contain highly sensitive information. Different methods in privacy-preserving d...

    Authors: Anirban Basu, Anna Monreale, Roberto Trasarti, Juan C. Corena, Fosca Giannotti, Dino Pedreschi, Shinsaku Kiyomoto, Yutaka Miyake and Tadashi Yanagihara
    Citation: Journal of Trust Management 2015 2:9
  2. Reputation systems have been extensively explored in various disciplines and application areas. A problem in this context is that the computation engines applied by most reputation systems available are design...

    Authors: Johannes Sänger, Christian Richthammer and Günther Pernul
    Citation: Journal of Trust Management 2015 2:5
  3. The increasing use of Electronic Health Records has been mirrored by a similar rise in the number of security incidents where confidential information has inadvertently been disclosed to third parties. These p...

    Authors: Ying He, Chris Johnson and Yu Lu
    Citation: Journal of Trust Management 2015 2:4