Database and Expert Systems Applications: 21th International by Xinpeng Zhang, Yasuhito Asano, Masatoshi Yoshikawa (auth.),

By Xinpeng Zhang, Yasuhito Asano, Masatoshi Yoshikawa (auth.), Pablo García Bringas, Abdelkader Hameurlain, Gerald Quirchmayr (eds.)

st We welcome you to the complaints of the 21 foreign convention on Database and specialist structures purposes held in Bilbao. With info and database s- tems being a vital subject of computing device technological know-how, it was once to be anticipated that the integ- tion of data, details and information is this day contributing to the back speedily expanding popularity of this box for researchers and practitioners. on the grounds that its beginning in 1990, DEXA has been an annual foreign convention, positioned in Europe, which showcases state of the art learn actions in those parts. DEXA 2010 persevered this custom and supplied a discussion board for proposing and discu- ing examine leads to the realm of database and clever platforms and complicated - seek issues, purposes and essentially suitable concerns on the topic of those parts. It provided attendees the chance to broadly talk about specifications, difficulties, and options within the box within the friendly surroundings of town of Bilbao, that's identified for its riding industriousness, its most sensible cultural venues and its wealthy and encouraging he- tage and way of life. The collage of Deusto with its nice academic and study traditions, and the hospitality which the collage and town are so recognized for, set the level for this year’s DEXA convention. This quantity includes the papers chosen for presentation on the DEXA conference.

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By Xinpeng Zhang, Yasuhito Asano, Masatoshi Yoshikawa (auth.), Pablo García Bringas, Abdelkader Hameurlain, Gerald Quirchmayr (eds.)

st We welcome you to the complaints of the 21 foreign convention on Database and specialist structures purposes held in Bilbao. With info and database s- tems being a vital subject of computing device technological know-how, it was once to be anticipated that the integ- tion of data, details and information is this day contributing to the back speedily expanding popularity of this box for researchers and practitioners. on the grounds that its beginning in 1990, DEXA has been an annual foreign convention, positioned in Europe, which showcases state of the art learn actions in those parts. DEXA 2010 persevered this custom and supplied a discussion board for proposing and discu- ing examine leads to the realm of database and clever platforms and complicated - seek issues, purposes and essentially suitable concerns on the topic of those parts. It provided attendees the chance to broadly talk about specifications, difficulties, and options within the box within the friendly surroundings of town of Bilbao, that's identified for its riding industriousness, its most sensible cultural venues and its wealthy and encouraging he- tage and way of life. The collage of Deusto with its nice academic and study traditions, and the hospitality which the collage and town are so recognized for, set the level for this year’s DEXA convention. This quantity includes the papers chosen for presentation on the DEXA conference.

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In Lines 8-9, we construct a distorted time-series and publish it to third parties. Like RAND, each data source publishes its time-series using WAVE, and third parties use the PAA distance to mine the meaningful patterns. Algorithm 2. WAVE(X = {x1 , . . , xn }, σ) 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: 6: 7: 8: 9: Get a sequence X w of wavelet coefficients from X; w c := n/|{xw i |xi ≥ σ}|; for i := 1 to n do // get a seq. N w of noise wavelet coefficients w if xw i < σ then ni := 0; :=GaussRand(0, c · σ); else nw i end-for Make a noise time-series N from N w through the inverse DWT; Get a distorted time-series X d from X and N ; // xdi = xi + ni Publish the distorted time-series X d to third parties; WAVE, however, incurs another problem of destroying distance orders.

Requirement 2. Distance orders among time-series need to be preserved for the purpose of providing high quality of mining results. We analyzed existing solutions with respect to the assumptions and requirements in our privacy model. In our comparison, we only considered approaches that can Publishing Time-Series Data under Preservation 21 be applied to time-series data. ) The analysis result shows that, except for random data perturbation solutions in [2,13], all privacy preserving solutions do not satisfy one or more assumptions.

Asano, and M. Yoshikawa Table 1. P Ratios and RP Ratios of paths Relationship Method Japan – Russia Petroleum – USA Buddhism – Sri Lanka Yoshiro Mori – China George W. 50 such edges, but is not important. With respect to paths, the method (g) produces significantly higher average ratios than the other methods. The methods without the doubled network, (o) and (e), produce the lowest average ratios for paths, because paths formed by edges of different directions cannot be mined by them. The methods without the edge weight function, (o) and (d), produce lower ratios for paths than those using the edge weight, (e) and (de), respectively.

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