Bradley A. Malin      

address

Institute for Software Research International
School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA USA 15213-3890

Technical Reports

CMU-ISRI-05-134: Malin B and and Sweeney L. ENRES: a semantic framework for entity resolution modelling. (abstract)
Institute for Software Research International Technical Report CMU-ISRI-05-134. School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University. Nov 2005.

CMU-ISRI-05-131: Malin B and Airoldi E. Towards an information theoretic framework for location-based data linkage. (abstract)
Institute for Software Research International Technical Report CMU-ISRI-04-140. School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University. Nov 2005.

LIDAP-WP14: Malin B. Probabilistic prediction of myocardial infarction: logistic regression versus simple neural networks. (abstract)
Data Privacy Laboratory Technical Report LIDAP-WP17. School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University. Sept 2005.

LIDAP-WP21: Malin B. A secure protocol to distribute unlinkable health data. (Extended version of AMIA 2005 publication)
Data Privacy Laboratory Technical Report LIDAP-WP21. School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University. March 2005.

LIDAP-WP20: Malin B, Carley K, and Sweeney L. Where's the "biomedical" in biomedical informatics?: a social network analysis of the bioinformatics and medical informatics intersection. (abstract)
Data Privacy Laboratory Technical Report LIDAP-WP20. School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University. June 2005.

CMU-ISRI-05-107: Gross R, Airoldi E, Malin B, and Sweeney L. Integrating utility into face de-identification. (abstract)
Institute for Software Research International Technical Report CMU-ISRI-05-107. School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University. Feb 2005.

CMU-ISRI-04-134: Malin B. Protecting genomic sequence anonymity with lattice generalization. (abstract)
Institute for Software Research International Technical Report CMU-ISRI-04-134. School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University. Oct 2004.

CMU-ISRI-04-132: Malin B, Airoldi E, Edoho-Eket S, and Li Y. Configurable security protocols for multi-party data analysis with malicious participants. (abstract)
Institute for Software Research International Technical Report CMU-ISRI-04-132. School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University. Sept 2004.

CMU-ISRI-04-121: Airoldi E and Malin B. Scamslam: an architecture for learning the criminal relations behind scam spam. (abstract)
Institute for Software Research International Technical Report CMU-ISRI-04-121. School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University. May 2004.

CMU-ISRI-04-120: Malin B. Secure computation of k-anonymous distributed data. (abstract)
Institute for Software Research International Technical Report CMU-ISRI-04-120. School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University. May 2004.

CMU-ISRI-04-115: Malin B. and Sweeney L. How (not) to protect genomic data privacy in a distributed network: using trail re-identification to evaluate and design privacy protection systems. (abstract)
Institute for Software Research International Technical Report CMU-ISRI-04-115, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University. April 2004.

AAAS-2004: Malin B. Why methods for genomic data privacy fail and how we can fix it.
Circulated at the AAAS Annual Meeting. Seattle, WA. Feb 2004.

LIDAP-WP19: Malin B. Why pseudonyms donít anonymize: a computational re-identification analysis of genomic data privacy protection systems.
Data Privacy Laboratory Technical Report LIDAP-WP19. School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University. Nov 2003.

LIDAP-WP14: Malin B and Sweeney L. Compromising online anonymity with trail re-identification.
Data Privacy Laboratory Technical Report LIDAP-WP14. School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University. June 2003.

LIDAP-WP12: Malin B, Sweeney L, and Newton E. Trail re-identification: learning who you are from where you have been.
Data Privacy Laboratory Technical Report LIDAP-WP12. School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University. March 2003. Ė Presented at the Privacy in DATA Workshop, Pittsburgh, PA, March 2003.

CMU-CS-03-119: Newton E, Sweeney L, and Malin B. Preserving privacy by de-identifying facial images. (abstract)
School of Computer Science Technical Report CMU-CS-03-119. Carnegie Mellon University. March 2003.

CMU-CALD-03-119: Malin B. Compromising privacy with trail re-identification: The REIDIT algorithms.
Center for Automated Learning and Discovery Technical Report CMU-CALD-02-108. School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University. Dec 2002.

CMU-CS-02-192: Malin B and Sweeney L. Compromising privacy in distributed population-based databases with trail matching: A DNA example. (abstract)
School of Computer Science Technical Report CMU-CS-02-189. Carnegie Mellon University. Nov 2002.