Data Mining for Intelligence, Fraud & Criminal Detection

Un libro in lingua di Christopher Westphal edito da CRC Pr I Llc, 2008

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Westphal, a data mining and security consultant, reviews the capabilities and limitations of the US government's many data-mining projects. He discusses information sharing issues related to the fact that no large-scale capabilities are currently deployed throughout all branches of the government, and reviews several commercial efforts that have had limited success. In Part 1, he outlines the types of data used in current analytical and information-sharing systems. Part 2 provides real-world examples to show how data is used, manipulated, and interpreted in domains involving human trafficking, money laundering, narcotics trafficking, and corporate fraud. Part 3 overviews the US government's many information-sharing systems, organizations, task forces, and data interchange formats. It also discuses the best information sharing and analytical architectures for use across many applications. Westphal is co-founder and CEO of a firm that provides visualization software, information-sharing systems, and training. Annotation ©2009 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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