The pearls of using real-world evidence to discover social groups

@inproceedings{Cardillo2005ThePO,
  title={The pearls of using real-world evidence to discover social groups},
  author={Raymond A. Cardillo and John J. Salerno},
  booktitle={Data Mining, Intrusion Detection, Information Assurance, and Data Networks Security},
  year={2005}
}
In previous work, we introduced a new paradigm called Uni-Party Data Community Generation (UDCG) and a new methodology to discover social groups (a.k.a., community models) called Link Discovery based on Correlation Analysis (LDCA). We further advanced this work by experimenting with a corpus of evidence obtained from a Ponzi scheme investigation. That work identified several UDCG algorithms, developed what we called "Importance Measures" to compare the accuracy of the algorithms based on ground… CONTINUE READING

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