Memon, Hicks, Larsen (2007): How Investigative Data Mining Can Help Intelligence Agencies to Discover Dependence of Nodes in Terrorist Networks in: R. Alhajj et al. (Eds.): ADMA 2007, LNAI 4632, pp. 430–441, 2007. Springer Berlin Heidelberg
For a detailed analysis of this paper, see Nm2.
Fragments from the documentation of suspected plagiarism found in the thesis of Nasrullah Memon are listed below if they also show parallels to Memon's publication given above. In order to see exactly what parallel exists between the source text of the fragment and the publication, one can follow these steps:
- Open the online text comparison tool
- Copy the full text of the publication into the right box of the tool
- Click on a fragment listed below and copy the source text (right hand side of the fragment) into the left box of the tool
- Press "Texte vergleichen", text parallels between Memon's publication and the source text are now marked in colour.
The fragments listed in the table above can all be found in Nm's thesis. However, there are additional findings of plagiarism in this publication that go beyond Nm's thesis:
- Thuraisingham 2003: Last paragraph of page 213 and beginning of page 214 have been copied verbatim into the publication (pages 432, 433) without naming the source.
Note also that some of the results presented in this paper has been published before in 2006a.