reidentify


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reidentify

(ˌriːaɪˈdɛntɪˌfaɪ)
vb, -fies, -fying or -fied
to identify again
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162) Even de-identified information can be combined with publicly available data to reidentify wellness program participants.
Combined with the statistical modeling of Big Data, this so-called research in the field of medical and behavioral genetics can be integrated into a framework for compiling a composite profile for preventive policing techniques that zeroes in on allegedly risky population groups or used to reidentify and monitor risky individuals in the database.
At the first semester, students are expected to review, rethink, reidentify, and/or recreate their business opportunity through courses such as Marketing and Design Thinking.
Researchers who accept the terms agree not to attempt to reidentify research participant data for any reason or use it for commercial purposes.
Prior works [19, 25] have indicated that the effectiveness of a LPPM can only be formally evaluated only if the reidentify capabilities of the adversary are explicitly stated.
Singh explains that movement patterns are linked to the ability to reidentify individuals.
If this happens, the fast and simple fix is to open the Source window, shown in Figure 3, choose the Desktop Presenter instance, and reidentify the target program, which only takes a few moments.
While the answer to which approach to analyzing personally identifiable information is the more salient one is unclear, the idea that there is one singular, comprehensive method for dealing with the problems produced by the increasing ability to reidentify would seem to be incongruous.
But these methods may have weaknesses that can be exploited to reidentify individuals.
Though the Yeshu Satsangs retain and adapt certain practices that are shared with local and global Christ-following communities, they have also incorporated select Hindu/Sikh practices and in various ways are seeking to reidentify themselves with their Hindu/Sikh communities.
36) Here is the crucial thing to realize about color constancy: if it did not obtain, we simply would not be able to reidentify objects in virtue of their colors in anything but the most controlled of laboratory conditions.
Furthermore, it would remain exceedingly difficult to reidentify a particular individual even if the researcher attempted to compare the anonymous data set against a separate identified store of the original clinical data.