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Travelled to:
1 × Greece
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
G.Miklau D.Jensen V.Rastogi J.Neville D.Suciu C.Li Y.Wang X.Xiao G.Bender J.Gehrke L.Friedland K.Liu J.Pei E.Terzi A.McGregor D.F.Towsley P.Weis
Talks about:
privaci (5) differenti (4) queri (4) relat (3) data (3) network (2) under (2) awar (2) relationship (1) histogram (1)

Person: Michael Hay

DBLP DBLP: Hay:Michael

Contributed to:

VLDB 20142014
SIGMOD 20112011
PODS 20102010
VLDB 20102010
PODS 20092009
VLDB 20082008
ICML 20032003
KDD 20032003

Wrote 9 papers:

VLDB-2014-LiHMW #algorithm #difference #privacy #query
A Data- and Workload-Aware Query Answering Algorithm for Range Queries Under Differential Privacy (CL, MH, GM, YW), pp. 341–352.
SIGMOD-2011-HayLMPT #data transformation #network #privacy
Privacy-aware data management in information networks (MH, KL, GM, JP, ET), pp. 1201–1204.
SIGMOD-2011-XiaoBHG #difference #fault #named #privacy
iReduct: differential privacy with reduced relative errors (XX, GB, MH, JG), pp. 229–240.
PODS-2010-LiHRMM #difference #linear #optimisation #privacy #query
Optimizing linear counting queries under differential privacy (CL, MH, VR, GM, AM), pp. 123–134.
VLDB-2010-HayRMS #consistency
Boosting the Accuracy of Differentially Private Histograms Through Consistency (MH, VR, GM, DS), pp. 1021–1032.
PODS-2009-RastogiHMS #privacy #query
Relationship privacy: output perturbation for queries with joins (VR, MH, GM, DS), pp. 107–116.
VLDB-2008-HayMJTW #identification #network #social
Resisting structural re-identification in anonymized social networks (MH, GM, DJ, DFT, PW), pp. 102–114.
ICML-2003-JensenNH #bias #relational
Avoiding Bias when Aggregating Relational Data with Degree Disparity (DJ, JN, MH), pp. 274–281.
KDD-2003-NevilleJFH #learning #probability #relational
Learning relational probability trees (JN, DJ, LF, MH), pp. 625–630.

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