In order to achieve privacy-preserving and aggregate integrity simultaneously for the data aggregate
pattern in Wireless Sensor Networks, we propose a recoverable privacy-preserving integrity-assured data aggregation scheme based on privacy homomorphism and aggregate MAC.
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Lilypad Data aggregates
daily sales data across a supplier's distribution network to further close cross-tier communication gaps while providing the actionable insights needed to sell more liquid.
Without accessing any personally identifiable health information, employers can utilize data aggregates
from their insurers and service providers to optimize their wellness programs, and in particular, their incentives.
Based on data from Beacon Research and Morningstar, Inc., the industrywide data aggregates
sales across products, including fixed, fixed indexed and variable annuities.
Then there are large data sets or data aggregates which are the results of either shared efforts by many scientists to develop a useful database, or surveys (usually government sponsored or executed) in which large numbers of observations are made on a large population.
There are instances in which data aggregates are assembled by collaborating investigators.
However, we cannot discount the cost of creating (and sharing) large data aggregates. Lack of adequate funds places an obvious limitation on the exploitation of available technology.