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Data-level privacy through data perturbation in distributed multi-application environments

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Wireless sensor networks used to have a main role as a monitoring tool for environmental purposes and animal tracking. This spectrum of applications, however, has dramatically grown in the past few years. Such evolution means that what used to be application-specific networks are now multi application environments, often with federation capabilities. This shift results in a challenging environment for data privacy, mainly caused by the broadening of the spectrum of data access points and i...

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Department of Computer Science
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Oxford Internet Instituter
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Tulio de Souza
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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