AZERBAIJAN NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
PRIVACY PRESERVING DATA MINING METHODS IN E-GOV ENVIRONMENT (eng.)
Vuqar Y.Musayev

Creating a central data warehouse of public records of E-government in order to apply intelligent data analysis methods for better decision support is very important. We have developed a conceptual framework for such a data mining application scenario. Considering the privacy problems, it is essential to maintain the privacy preserving data mining. We proposed a general overview of a privacy preserving data mining system and we gave very concise and general survey of privacy preserving methods and approaches. (pp. 24-30)

Keywords: E-government, data mining, privacy preserving, data warehouse
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