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absolute
(n,k)
rule
: the
(n,k)
rule
applied
to
tables
of
positive
and
negative
data.The
Description
The
(n,k)
rule
is
used
by
Statistics
New
Zealand
for
identifying
responses
in
tables
that
pose
a
risk
to
respondent
confidentiality
. The
(n,k)
rule
was
designed
for
use
on
cells
that have
only
nonnegative
responses
.
Generally
, for
tables
containing
both
positive
and
negative
or
only
negative
responses
,
using
the
(n,k)
rule
leads
to
oversuppression
;
however
,
it
can
also
lead
to
confidentiality
breaches
. This
research
report
suggests
an
extended
(n,k)
rule
:
absolute
(n,k)
,
which
applies
the
(n,k)
rule
to the
absolute
values
of
responses
. The
absolute
(n,k)
rule
solves
almost
all
the
problems
associated
with
using
the
(n,k)
rule
on
positive
and
negative
data
.
Creator
Briggs, Jonathan
Publisher
Statistics New Zealand
Date
2003
Identifier
ISBN 0478269161
Rights
Any table or other material published in this paper may be reproduced and published without further licence, provided that it does not purport to be published under government authority and that acknowledgement is made of this source.
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