In recent times, the development of privacy technologies has promoted the speed of research on privacy-preserving collaborative data mining. People borrowed the ideas of secure multi-party computation and developed secure multi-party protocols to deal with privacy-preserving collaborative data mining problems. Random perturbation was also identified to be an efficient estimation technique to solve the problems. Both secure multi-party protocol and random perturbation technique have their advantages and shortcomings. In this paper, we develop a new approach that combines existing techniques in such a way that the new approach gains the advantages from both of them.
Zhan, Justin; Matwin, Stan; Japkowicz, Nathalie; and Chang, LiWu, "Privacy-Preserving Collaborative Association Rule Mining" (2004). ICEB 2004 Proceedings (Beijing, China). 198.