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Record Linkage Techniques—1997: Proceedings of an International Workshop and Exposition Contents          Page     Foreword   ix  ■ Chapter 1   Keynote Address        Record Linkage and Public Policy—A Dynamic Evolution, Ivan P.Fellegi   3  ■ Chapter 2   Invited Session on Record Linkage Applications for Epidemiological Research        OX-LINK: The Oxford Medical Record Linkage System, Leicester E.Gill   15      Complex Linkages Made Easy, John R.H.Charlton and Judith D.Charlton   34      Tips and Techniques for Linking Multiple Data Systems: The Illinois Department of Human Services Consolidation Project, John Van Voorhis, David Koepke, and David Yu [Abstract only]   45  ■ Chapter 3   Contributed Session on Applications of Record Linkage        Linking Administrative Records Over Time: Lessons from the Panels of Tax Returns, John L.Czajka   49      Record Linkage of Census and Routinely Collected Vital Events Data in the ONS Longitudinal Study, Lin Hattersley   57      Use of Probabilistic Linkage for an Analysis of the Effectiveness of Safety Belts and Helmets, Dennis Utter   67      Multiple Causes of Death for the National Health Interview Survey, John Horm   71

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Record Linkage Techniques—1997: Proceedings of an International Workshop and Exposition  ■ Chapter 4   Invited Session on Record Linkage Methodology        A Method for Calibrating False-Match Rates in Record Linkage, Thomas R.Belin and Donald B.Rubin   81      Modeling Issues and the Use of Experience in Record Linkage, Michael D.Larsen   95      Regression Analysis of Data Files That Are Computer Matched—Part I, Fritz Scheuren and William E.Winkler   106      Regression Analysis of Data Files That Are Computer Matched—Part II, Fritz Scheuren and William E.Winkler   126  ■ Chapter 5   Contributed Session on Confidentiality and Strategies for Record Linkage        Using Record Linkage to Thwart the Data Terrorist, Robert Burton [Abstract only]   141      µ- and t-ARGUS: Software for Statistical Disclosure Control, Anco J.Hundepool and Leon C.R.J.Willenborg   142      Investigating Auto Injury Treatment in a No-Fault State: An Analysis of Linked Crash and Auto Insurer Data, Lawrence H.Nitz and Karl E.Kim   150      Quantitative Evaluation of the Linkage Operations of the 1996 Census Reverse Record Check, Julie Bernier   160  ■ Chapter 6   Invited Session on Business and Miscellaneous Record Linkage Applications        Linking Federal Estate Tax Records, Jenny B.Wahl   171      Post-Matching Administrative Record Linkage Between Sole Proprietorship Tax Returns and the Standard Statistical Establishment List, Philip M.Steel and Carl A.Konschnik   179

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Record Linkage Techniques—1997: Proceedings of an International Workshop and Exposition      Approximate String Comparison and Its Effect on an Advanced Record Linkage System, Edward H.Porter and William E.Winkler   190  ■ Chapter 7   Contributed Session on More Applications of Probabilistic Record Linkage        A Comparison of Direct Match and Probabilistic Linkage in the Death Clearance of the Canadian Cancer Registry, Tony LaBillois, Marek Wysocki, and Frank J.Grabowiecki   203      Improvements in Record Linkage Processes for the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Business Establishment List, Kenneth Robertson, Larry Huff, Gordon Mikkelson, Timothy Pivetz, and Alice Winkler   212      Technical Issues Related to the Probabilistic Linkage of Population-Based Crash and Injury Data, Sandra Johnson   222      Record Linkage of Progress Towards Meeting the New Jersey High School Proficiency Testing Requirements, Eva Miller   227  ■ Chapter 8   Invited Session on Confidentiality        Public Attitudes Toward Data Sharing by Federal Agencies, Eleanor Singer, John VanHoewyk, and Stanley Presser   237      Multiple Imputation and Disclosure Protection: The Case of the 1995 Survey of Consumer Finances, Arthur B.Kennickell   248      Sharing Statistical Information for Statistical Purposes, Katherine K.Wallman and Jerry L.Coffey   268  ■ Chapter 9   Contributed Session on Methods and Plans for Record Linkage        Linking Records on Federal Housing Administration Single-Family Mortgages, Thomas N.Herzog and William J.Eilerman [Abstract only]   279

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Record Linkage Techniques—1997: Proceedings of an International Workshop and Exposition      Using Microsoft Access to Perform Exact Record Linkages, Scott Meyer   280      Analysis of Immigration Data: 1980–1994, Adam Probert, Robert Semenciw, Yang Mao, and Jane F.Gentleman   287  ■ Chapter 10   Invited Session on More Record Linkage Applications in Epidemiology        Record Linkage Methods Applied to Health Related Administrative Data Sets Containing Racial and Ethnic Descriptors, Selma C.Kunitz, Clara Lee, Rene C.Kozloff, and Harvey Schwartz   295      Matching Census Database and Manitoba Health Care Files, Christian Houle, Jean-Marie Berthelot, Pierre David, Michael C.Wolfson, Cam Mustard, and Leslie Roos   305      The Development of Record Linkage in Scotland: The Responsive Application of Probability Matching, Steve Kendrick   319  ■ Chapter 11   Selected Related Papers, 1986–1997        The Use of Names for Linking Personal Records, Howard B.Newcombe, Martha E.Fair, and Pierre Lalonde   335      Advances in Record-Linkage Methodology as Applied to Matching the 1985 Census of Tampa, Florida, Matthew A.Jaro   351      Record Linkage and Genealogical Files, Nancy P.NeSmith   358      A Review of the Statistics of Record Linkage for Genealogical Research, David White   362      Matching and Record Linkage, William E.Winkler   374      Linking Health Records: Human Rights Concerns, Fritz Scheuren   404      Record Linkage in an Information Age Society, Martha E.Fair   427

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Record Linkage Techniques—1997: Proceedings of an International Workshop and Exposition      Computational Disclosure Control for Medical Microdata: The Datafly System, Latanya Sweeney   442  ■ Chapter 12   Tutorial on Record Linkage Martha E.Fair and Patricia Whitridge   457  ■ Chapter 13          A Checklist for Evaluating Record Linkage Software Charles Day   483      Software Demonstrations:        MatchWare Product Overview, Matthew A.Jaro   489      µ- and t-ARGUS: Software Packages for Statistical Disclosure Control,Anco J.Hundepool, Agnes Wessels, and Lars van Gemerden   490      OXLINK: The Oxford Medical Record Linkage System Demonstration of the PC Version, Leicester E.Gill   491      Software for Record Linkage of Primary Care Data, John R.H.Charlton   491      GRLS—Record Linkage, Kathy Zilahi   492     Appendix: List of Attendees   495

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