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Anonymity - Introduction. Fall 2009 TUR 2303 M 5 (11:45-12:35), R 5-6 (11:45-1:40) Prof. Newman, instructor CSE-E346 352-392-1488 Office Hours (tentative): MTW 2-3pm [email protected] - subject: Anon. Outline. Course Outline – what is this subject? Projects and papers Policies.

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Anonymity introduction

Anonymity - Introduction

  • Fall 2009

  • TUR 2303

  • M 5 (11:45-12:35), R 5-6 (11:45-1:40)

  • Prof. Newman, instructor

  • CSE-E346

  • 352-392-1488

  • Office Hours (tentative): MTW 2-3pm

  • [email protected] - subject: Anon ...


Outline

Outline

  • Course Outline – what is this subject?

  • Projects and papers

  • Policies


Course outline

Course Outline

  • Definiting anonymity

  • Needs for anonymity

  • Obtaining anonymity

  • Attacking anonymity

  • Measuring anonymity

  • Applications of anonymity

  • Project presentations


Projects and papers

Projects and Papers

  • Each student will pursue some area of research within anonymity

  • A short (3-page) paper on this area is due mid-term

  • A project proposal is also due mid-term

  • Final projects will be demonstrated and presented in class over the last few weeks

  • This is a major part of your grade! Take it seriously and do not procrastinate!


Policies

Policies

  • If you arrive late, please be quiet, and silence cell phones

  • Prepare for class and bring pencil & paper

  • Engage in the class while you are here – your participation is important not only to your grade but to the others in the class

  • Please do discuss this class, assignments, readings, etc. outside of class

  • Do give attribution to others' contributions to the work you submit – cite references or acknowledge help


Grading

Grading

  • 40% exams and quizzes

    • There will be short quizzes on reading assignments at the start of some classes. I will drop the lowest score, so arrive on time and prepared.

    • You will be questioned on others' presentations

  • 30% project

    • This includes paper and project. Rubric to follow.

  • 30% paticipation and presentation

    • Be here (completely!), ask questions, participate in exercises, make relevant comments, prepare a clear and informative presentation.


Questions

Questions?

Any questions on class policies?


Reading

Reading

  • Untraceable electronic mail, return addresses, and digital pseudonyms by David Chaum.In Communications of the ACM 24(2), February 1981.

  • See class web page for electronic links to papers.


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