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A Risk Evaluation Approach for Pit Slope Design
The determination of the acceptable slope angle for open pits is a key aspect of the mineral business, as it implies seeking the optimum balance between the additional economic benefits gained fromExpand
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Specializing CRISP-DM for Evidence Mining
We use the term “evidence mining” to refer to the application of data mining and knowledge discovery techniques to support the analysis phase of digital forensic investigations. Expand
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An evaluation of the CUSUM and inverse velocity methods of failure prediction based on two open pit instabilities in the Pilbara
Predicting the expected time of slope collapse is an important aspect of managing open pit slope stability as it determines the appropriate actions to be taken. It is important to know when toExpand
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Applying Topic Modeling to Forensic Data
This paper investigates the application of topic modeling to forensic data and its ability to contribute to the analysis phase of digital forensic investigations. Expand
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Process Flow Diagrams for Training and Operations
  • Jacobus Venter
  • Computer Science
  • IFIP Int. Conf. Digital Forensics
  • 29 January 2006
This paper focuses on the use of process flow diagrams for training first responders who execute search and seizure warrants at electronic crime scenes. Expand
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