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  • Confidentiality Protection and Physical Safeguards (LatAm version) 

    Vilhuber, Lars (2017-06-07)
    Confidentiality protection is a multi-layered concept, involving statistical (cryptographic) methods and physical safeguards. When providing access to researchers (both internal to the agency and external academic), a ...
  • Excerpt: Usage and outcomes of the Synthetic Data Server 

    Vilhuber, Lars; Abowd, John M. (2017-05-09)
    This is an excerpt from a prior presentation at the Society of Labor Economists (2016). The Synthetic Data Server (SDS) at Cornell University was set up to provide early access to new synthetic data products by the U.S. ...
  • Confidentiality of the SynLBD 

    Vilhuber, Lars; Kinney, Saki (2017-05-09)
    We describe the confidentiality protection provided by the SynLBD. The presentation was originally prepared by Saki Kinney for the World Statistics Congress 2013.
  • SynLBD Inputs: Structure, Example 

    Vilhuber, Lars; Drechsler, Jörg (2017-05-09)
    We describe the structure of inputs for the SynLBD, and discuss challenges in preparing them.
  • Overview: Synthetic Longitudinal Business Data International User Seminar 

    Vilhuber, Lars; Kinney, Saki (2017-05-09)
    An overview over the content of the Synthetic Longitudinal Business Data International User Seminar, based in part on a presentation prepared by Saki Kinney for the 2013 World Statistics Congress (WSC2013).

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