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Peer Group Analysis - Local Anomaly Detection in Longitudinal Data

@inproceedings{Bolton2001PeerGA,
  title={Peer Group Analysis - Local Anomaly Detection in Longitudinal Data},
  author={Richard J. Bolton and David J. Hand},
  year={2001}
}
Peer group analysis is a new tool for monitoring behavior over time in data mining situations. In particular, the tool detects individual objects that begin to behave in a way distinct from objects to which they had previously been similar. Each object is selected as a target object and is compared with all other objects in the database, using either external comparison criteria or internal criteria summarizing earlier behavior patterns of each object. Based on this comparison, a peer group of… 

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