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Investigative Data Mining: Mathematical Models for Analyzing, Visualizing and Destabilizing Terrorist Networks

von Nasrullah Memon

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6.2 EXPLORING TERRORIST NETWORKS

Understanding networks is a basically a difficult process. It is difficult to visualize, navigate, and most problematic, to detect patterns in terrorist networks. Despite all of these challenges, the network perspective is appealing. It is to mention that network analysts also focus on relationships instead of just the individual nodes (like we did in this study); putting nodes together is just as important as the nodes themselves. Before to this perspective, social research focused largely on attributes and neglected the social part of behaviour (how individuals interact and the influence they have on each other) (Freeman L. C., 2004). Using techniques from the social network community, analysts can easily find patterns in the structure, witness the flow of resources through a network, and learn how individuals are influenced by their surroundings.

Understanding networks is an inherently difficult process. It is difficult to visualize, navigate, and most problematic, find patterns in networks. Despite all of these challenges, the network perspective is appealing. Network analysts focus on relationships instead of just the individual elements; how the elements are put together is just as important as the elements themselves. Prior to this perspective, social research focused largely on attributes and neglected the social part of behavior (how individuals interact and the influence they have on each other) [EN 12]. Using techniques from the social network community, analysts can find patterns in the structure, witness the flow of resources through a network, and learn how individuals are influenced by their surroundings.

[EN 12] L. C. Freeman, The Development of Social Network Analysis: A Study in the Sociology of Science, Empirical Press, 2004.

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