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Privacy Preserving Geo-Linkage in the Big Urban Data Era

Richard O Sinnott, Christopher Bayliss, Andrew Bromage, Gerson Galang, Yikai Gong, Philip Greenwood, Glenn Jayaputera, Davis Marques, Luca Morandini, Ghazal Nogoorani, Hossein Pursultani, Muhammad Sarwar, William Voorsluys, Ivo Widjaja



Big data technologies and a range of Government open data initiatives provide the basis for discovering new insights into cities; how they are planned, how they managed and the day-to-day challenges they face in health, transport and changing population profiles. The Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN – project is one example of such a big data initiative that is currently running across Australia. AURIN provides a single gateway providing online (live) programmatic access to over 2000 data sets from over 70 major and typically definitive data-driven organizations across federal and State government, across industry and across academia. However whilst o..

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Funding Acknowledgements

The AURIN project is funded by the Department of Education. We gratefully acknowledge their support. We also thank the AURIN technical team for the inputs and support throughout the project. We are hugely grateful to VicHealth for their ongoing support and trust with special thanks to Felix Acker and the technical staff at VicHealth.