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Credit card fraud detection using anti-k nearest neighbor algorithm

@inproceedings{Ganji2012CreditCF,
  title={Credit card fraud detection using anti-k nearest neighbor algorithm},
  author={Venkata Ratnam Ganji},
  year={2012}
}
Banks have used early fraud warning systems for some years. Improved fraud detection thus has become essential to maintain the viability of the payment system. Outlier mining in data mining is an important functionality of the existing algorithms which can be divided into methods based on statistical, distance based methods, density based methods and deviation based methods. In this article I propose the concept of credit card fraud detection by using a data stream outlier detection algorithm… 

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