Corpus ID: 35020692

Physical and Cyber Crime Detection using Digital Forensic Approach: A Complete Digital Forensic Tool

@article{Jain2017PhysicalAC,
  title={Physical and Cyber Crime Detection using Digital Forensic Approach: A Complete Digital Forensic Tool},
  author={Nilakshi Jain and Neha Bhanushali and Sayali Gawade and Gauri Jawale},
  journal={International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology},
  year={2017},
  volume={3}
}
Criminalization may be a general development that has significantly extended in previous few years. In order, to create the activity of the work businesses easy, use of technology is important. Crime investigation analysis is a section record in data mining plays a crucial role in terms of predicting and learning the criminals. In our paper, we've got planned an incorporated version for physical crime as well as cyber crime analysis. Our approach uses data mining techniques for crime detection… Expand

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