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Tong, Dong, Yong, Zeng, Mengli, Liu, Zhihong, Liu, Jianfeng, Ma, Xiaoyan, Zhu.  2019.  A Topology Based Differential Privacy Scheme for Average Path Length Query. 2019 International Conference on Networking and Network Applications (NaNA). :350–355.
Differential privacy is heavily used in privacy protection due to it provides strong protection against private data. The existing differential privacy scheme mainly implements the privacy protection of nodes or edges in the network by perturbing the data query results. Most of them cannot meet the privacy protection requirements of multiple types of information. In order to overcome these issues, a differential privacy security mechanism with average path length (APL) query is proposed in this paper, which realize the privacy protection of both network vertices and edge weights. Firstly, by describing APL, the reasons for choosing this attribute as the query function are analyzed. Secondly, global sensitivity of APL query under the need of node privacy protection and edge-weighted privacy protection is proved. Finally, the relationship between data availability and privacy control parameters in differential privacy is analyzed through experiments.
Tsou, Y., Chen, H., Chen, J., Huang, Y., Wang, P..  2017.  Differential privacy-based data de-identification protection and risk evaluation system. 2017 International Conference on Information and Communication Technology Convergence (ICTC). :416–421.

As more and more technologies to store and analyze massive amount of data become available, it is extremely important to make privacy-sensitive data de-identified so that further analysis can be conducted by different parties. For example, data needs to go through data de-identification process before being transferred to institutes for further value added analysis. As such, privacy protection issues associated with the release of data and data mining have become a popular field of study in the domain of big data. As a strict and verifiable definition of privacy, differential privacy has attracted noteworthy attention and widespread research in recent years. Nevertheless, differential privacy is not practical for most applications due to its performance of synthetic dataset generation for data query. Moreover, the definition of data protection by randomized noise in native differential privacy is abstract to users. Therefore, we design a pragmatic DP-based data de-identification protection and risk of data disclosure estimation system, in which a DP-based noise addition mechanism is applied to generate synthetic datasets. Furthermore, the risk of data disclosure to these synthetic datasets can be evaluated before releasing to buyers/consumers.