Preserving privacy for moving objects data mining
Date of Issue2012
IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics (2012 : Arlington, Virginia, US)
School of Computer Engineering
The prevalence of mobile devices with geopositioning capability has resulted in the rapid growth in the amount of moving object trajectories. These data have been collected and analyzed for both commercial (e.g., recommendation system) and security (e.g. surveillance and monitoring system) purposes. One needs to ensure the privacy of these raw trajectory data and the derived knowledge by not disclosing or releasing them to adversary. In this paper, we propose a practical implementation of a (ε; δ)-differentially private mechanism for moving objects data mining; in particular, we apply it to the frequent location pattern mining algorithm. Experimental results on the real-world GeoLife dataset are used to compare the performance of the (ε; δ)-differential privacy mechanism with the standard ε-differential privacy mechanism.
DRNTU::Engineering::Computer science and engineering
© 2012 IEEE.