Who's At The Keyboard? Authorship Attribution in Digital Evidence Investigations

@article{Chaski2005WhosAT,
  title={Who's At The Keyboard? Authorship Attribution in Digital Evidence Investigations},
  author={Carole E. Chaski},
  journal={IJDE},
  year={2005},
  volume={4}
}
In some investigations of digital crime, the question of who was at the keyboard when incriminating documents were produced can be legitimately raised. Authorship attribution can then contribute to the investigation. Authorship methods which focus on linguistic characteristics currently have accuracy rates ranging from 72% to 89%, within the computational paradigm. This article presents a computational, stylometric method which has obtained 95% accuracy and has been successfully used in… CONTINUE READING
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