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

von Nasrullah Memon

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[The analysis of relational data is a rapidly growing area within the larger research community interested in machine learning, knowledge discovery, and data mining. Several workshops] (Dzeroski, S., De Raedt, L., and Wrobel, S. 2002; Getoor, L., and Jensen, D. 2000; Jensen, D. and Goldberg, H. 1998) have focused on this particular topic, and another DARPA research program — Evidence Extraction and Link Discovery (EELD) —focuses on extracting, representing, reasoning with, and learning from relational data. Analysis of relational data is a rapidly growing area within the larger research community interested in machine learning, knowledge discovery, and data mining. Several recent workshops [EN 3, EN 6, EN 8] have focused on this precise topic, and another DARPA research program — Evidence Extraction and Link Discovery (EELD) —focuses on extracting, representing, reasoning with, and learning from relational data. [FN 5]

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[EN 3] Dzeroski, S., De Raedt, L., and Wrobel, S. (Eds). Papers of the Workshop on Multi-Relational Data Mining. The Eighth ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, ACM Press, 2002.

[EN 6] Getoor, L., and Jensen, D. (Eds). Learning Statistical Models from Relational Data: Papers from the AAAI 2000 Workshop, AAAI Press, Menlo Park CA, 2000.

[EN 8] Jensen, D. and Goldberg, H. Artificial Intelligence and Link Analysis: Papers from the 1998 AAAI Fall Symposium., AAAI Press, Menlo Park CA, 1998.

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The binary–relational view regards the universe as consisting of entities with binary–relationships between them. An entity is anything which is of interest and can be identified. A binary–relationship is an association between two entities. The first entity in a relationship is called the subject and the second entity is called the object. A relationship is described by identifying the subject, the type of relationship, and object for example: Bin Laden is leader of Al Qaeda can be written as (Bin Laden. leaderOf .Al Qaeda).

N–ary relationships such as Samad got bomb making training from Zarqawi may be reduced to a set of binary–relationships by the explicit naming of the implied entity. For example:

training # 1. trainee .Samad
training #1. trainer .Zarqawi
training #1. got training of .bomb making

The binary-relational view regards the universe as consisting of entities with binary-relationships between them. An entity is any 'thing' which is of interest and can be identified. A binary-relationship is an association between two entities. The first entity in a relationship is called the subject and the second entity is called the object. A relationship is described by identifying the subject, the type of relationship, and the object. For example: IBM • employs • John

N—ary relationships such as 'John bought the car from Smiths' may be reduced to a set of binary-relationships by the explicit naming of the implied entity. For example:

sale # 1 . buyer . John
sale # 1 . seller . Smiths
sale # 1 . item sold . car

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