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Josef Küng

a.Univ.-Prof. Dr. Josef Küng

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Computer Science Building (Science Park 3), 0344-1
Phone: +43 732 2468 4182
Fax: +43 732 2468 4200
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Gehaltene Vorträge

Vortragstyp: Hauptvortrag / Eingeladener Vortrag auf einer Tagung

  1. Knowledge Processing and Security Aspects for the Agricultural Domain (23.11.2016)
  2. Current Trends in Database Research (26.11.2014)
  3. Data Anonymity (23.10.2013)
  4. Techniques and Trends in Databases (27.03.2013)

Vortragstyp: Vortrag auf einer Tagung (referiert)

  1. Incorporating Trust, Certainty & Importance of Information into Knowledge Processing Systems - An Approach (23.11.2016)
  2. Obtaining a data quality index with respect to case bases (21.11.2014)
  3. An Efficient Similarity Search in Large Data Collections with MapReduce (19.11.2014)
  4. A Hash-Based Index Method for Securing Biometric Fuzzy Vaults (02.09.2014)
  5. A crowd-sourcing approach for area-wide on-line building assessment towards earthquake engineering (27.08.2013)
  6. Hybrid Stop Discovery in Trajectory Records (27.08.2013)
  7. Utilizing Spatio-temporal Data Index for Location Privacy Protection (27.08.2013)
  8. Integration of Data Mining Operations for Structural Health Monitoring. Proceedings of the International Workshop in Structural Health Monitoring (14.09.2011)
  9. User Privacy Protection from Trajectory Perspective in Location-based Applications (08.09.2011)
  10. On Guaranteeing k-Anonymity in Location Databases (31.08.2011)
  11. An Efficient B+-Tree Based Index Structure for Geographic-aware Obfuscation (20.04.2011)
  12. OST-tree: An Access Method for Obfuscating Spatio-Temporal Data in Location Based Services (10.02.2011)
  13. Protecting User Privacy while Discovering and Maintaining Association Rules (08.02.2011)

Vortragstyp: Vortrag auf einer Tagung (nicht referiert)

  1. Neue Erkenntnisse aus unstrukturierten Daten gewinnen (07.10.2010)

Vortragstyp: Eingeladener Vortrag an Universität

  1. Security Models in Information Systems (04.03.2010)