Applying Authorship Analysis to Arabic Web Content

@inproceedings{Abbasi2005ApplyingAA,
  title={Applying Authorship Analysis to Arabic Web Content},
  author={Ahmed Abbasi and Hsinchun Chen},
  booktitle={ISI},
  year={2005}
}
The advent and rapid proliferation of internet communication has allowed the realization of numerous security issues. The anonymous nature of online mediums such as email, web sites, and forums provides an attractive communication method for criminal activity. Increased globalization and the boundless nature of the internet have further amplified these concerns due to the addition of a multilingual dimension. The world’s social and political climate has caused Arabic to draw a great deal of… CONTINUE READING
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