Election Forensics: Quantitative methods for electoral fraud detection.

@article{Lacasa2019ElectionFQ,
  title={Election Forensics: Quantitative methods for electoral fraud detection.},
  author={L. Lacasa and J. Fern{\'a}ndez-Gracia},
  journal={Forensic science international},
  year={2019},
  volume={294},
  pages={
          e19-e22
        }
}
  • L. Lacasa, J. Fernández-Gracia
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science, Medicine, Physics
  • Forensic science international
  • The last decade has witnessed an explosion on the computational power and a parallel increase of the access to large sets of data - the so called Big Data paradigm - which is enabling to develop brand new quantitative strategies underpinning description, understanding and control of complex scenarios. One interesting area of application concerns fraud detection from online data, and more particularly extracting meaningful information from massive digital fingerprints of electoral activity to… CONTINUE READING
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