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... . In summarizing the workshop, Mark Schneider said that "we are now going in the direction of aggregation rules." Jacob Bournazian's overall assessment was that the data aggregation approach selected by NSF is both compatible with user needs and with future growth in accessing data.
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... Using synthetic data might lead to the further problem, Schneider suggested, of having a dual approach in which because some number of users want the real data, different representations of the same data cells would be generated from the restricted data sets, and two sets of numbers -- synthetic and real -- would be published. Concentration criteria.
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... According to Cohen, the NSF legislation seems to prohibit requesting the informed consent of the respondents for release of their data. Although the Confidential Information Protection and Statistical Efficiency Act permits the solicitation of the informed consent of respondents, the NSF legislation and the data collection strategy militate against using this author ity for SED.
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