# Nm/Comparisons/diss quotes

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In the following publications Nm quotes his 2007 PhD thesis (click on the title to get more details on the publication). Also recorded here are instances where Nm cites his PhD thesis for text that has been copied into the thesis from unreferenced sources.

## 2011cBearbeiten

- The PhD thesis is referenced as follows:
*16. Memon, N.: Investigative data mining: Mathematical models for analyzing, visualizing and destabilizing Terrorist Networks. PhD Dissertation, Aalborg University, Denmark. (2007)*

## 2011aBearbeiten

- The PhD thesis is referenced as follows:
*Memon, N. (2007b) ‘Investigative data mining: mathematical models of analyzing, visualizing and destabilizing terrorist networks’, PhD dissertation, Aalborg University, Denmark, ISSN: 978-877606-020-06* - On page 58, line 45ff, one finds: "Any academic work is only as good as the data, no matter the type of advanced methods used. Many of the models were created data-free or without complete data, and do not fully consider human and data limitations (Memon, 2007b)." This text can be found in the thesis on page 41, but originally stems from Ressler (2006): Nm/Fragment_041_01
- On page 62, line 3ff, one finds: "The first stage of network analysis development is to automatically identify the strongest association paths, or geodesics, between two or more network members. In practice, such a task often entails intelligence officials manually exploring links and trying to find association paths that might be useful for generating investigative leads (Memon, 2007b)." This text can be found in the thesis on page 200, but originally stems from Xu and Chen (2005): Nm/Fragment_200_01

## 2010eBearbeiten

- The PhD thesis is referenced as follows:
*[2] N. Memon (2007) ”Investigative Data Mining: Analyzing, Visualizing and Destabilizing Terrorist Networks”, PhD dissertation, Aalborg University* - On page 217, second column, line 6ff one finds: "Knowledge about the structure and organization of terrorist networks is important for both terrorism investigation and the development of effective strategies to prevent terrorist attacks [2]." This text can be found in the thesis on page 198, but originally stems from Xu and Chen (2005): Nm/Fragment_198_03

## 2010dBearbeiten

- The PhD thesis is referenced as follows:
*Memon, N. (2007a) Investigative Data Mining: Mathematical Models of Analyzing, Visualizing and Destabilizing Terrorist Networks, PhD Dissertation, Aalborg University, Denmark.* - On page 142, line 36ff one finds: "Many of the models were created data-free or without complete data, and do not fully consider human and data limitations (Memon, 2007a).". This text can be found in the thesis on page 41, but originally stems from Ressler (2006): Nm/Fragment_041_01
- On page 146, line 3ff one finds: "In practice, such a task often entails intelligence officials manually exploring links and trying to find association paths that might be useful for generating investigative leads (Memon, 2007a).". This text can be found in the thesis on page 200, but originally stems from Xu and Chen (2005): Nm/Fragment_200_01

## 2010cBearbeiten

- The PhD thesis is referenced as follows:
*11. Memon N. 2007 “Investigative Data Mining: Analyzing, Visualizing and Destabilizing Terrorist Networks”, PhD dissertation, Aalborg University.* - On page 135, line 23ff one finds: "Knowledge about the structure and organization of terrorist networks is important for both terrorism investigation and the development of effective strategies to prevent terrorist attacks [11]." This text can be found in the thesis on page 198, but originally stems from Xu and Chen (2005): Nm/Fragment_198_03

## 2010bBearbeiten

- The PhD thesis is referenced as follows:
*Memon, N. (2007). Investigative data mining: Mathematical models for analyzing, visualizing and destabilizing Terrorist Networks. PhD Dissertation, Aalborg University, Denmark.*

## 2010aBearbeiten

- The PhD thesis is referenced as follows:
*N. Memon, “Investigative data mining: mathematical models for analyzing, visualizing and destabilizing terrorist networks,” PhD thesis, 2007. Aalborg University, Denmark.*

## 2009bBearbeiten

- The PhD thesis is referenced as follows:
*Memon N. 2007 “Investigative Data Mining: Analyzing, Visualizing and Destabilizing Terrorist Networks”, PhD dissertation, Aalborg University.* - On page 1, line 22ff one finds: "Knowledge about the structure and organization of terrorist networks is important for both terrorism investigation and the development of effective strategies to prevent terrorist attacks (Memon N., 2007)." This text can be found in the thesis on page 198, but originally stems from Xu and Chen (2005): Nm/Fragment_198_03

## 2008gBearbeiten

- The PhD thesis is referenced as follows:
*[1] Memon Nasrullah. Investigative data mining: mathematical models for analyzing, visualizing and destabilizing terrorist networks. PhD dissertation. Aalborg University Denmark, 2007* - On page 340, line 2ff, one can find: "By considering links (relationship between the objects), more information is made available to the mining process. This brings about several new tasks [1]: Group detection. Group detection is a clustering task. It predicts when a set of objects belong to the same group or cluster, based on their attributes as well as their link structure." The text can be found in the thesis on page 31, but originally stems from Han & Kamber (2006), see Nm/Fragment 031 15.

## 2008fBearbeiten

- The PhD thesis is referenced as follows:
*[15] Memon Nasrullah. (2007). Investigative Data Mining: Mathematical Models for Analyzing, Visualizing and Destabilizing Terrorist Networks. PhD Thesis. Aalborg University Denmark. ISBN: 978-87-7606-020-6.* - On page 1257, 2nd column, line 10, one can find "These measures can tell us the existence and extent of hierarchy in a network. We address herein another problem of how to the construct hidden hierarchy of terrorist networks (which are known as horizontal networks) [15]." These sentences can be found in the thesis on page 147, but originally stem from Yang et al. (2005), see Nm/Fragment_147_18

## 2008eBearbeiten

- The PhD thesis is referenced as follows:
*[35] Memon Nasrullah. (2007). Investigative Data Mining: Mathematical Models for Analyzing, Visualizing and Destabilizing Terrorist Networks. PhD Thesis. Aalborg University Denmark. ISBN: 978-87-7606-020-6.*

## 2008dBearbeiten

- The PhD thesis is referenced as follows:
*24. Memon Nasrullah (2007). Investigative Data Mining: Mathematical Models for Analyzing, Visualizing and Destabilizing Terrorist Networks. PhD Dissertation, ISBN: 978-87-7606-020-6.*

## 2008cBearbeiten

- The PhD thesis is referenced as follows:
*2. Nasrullah, M.: Investigative data mining: Mathematical models for analyzing, visualizing and destabilizing terrorist networks. PhD dissertation, Aalborg University Denmark (2007)*

## 2007eBearbeiten

- The PhD thesis is referenced as follows:
*Memon N. (2007). Investigative Data Mining: Mathematical Models for Analyzing, Visualizing and Destabilizing Terrorist Networks. PhD Dissertation, ISBN. 978-87-7606-020-6.* - On page 1, 1st column, line 46ff, one can find "By considering links (relationship between the objects), more information is made available to the mining process. This brings about several new tasks (Memon N., 2007): Group detection. Group detection is a clustering task. It predicts when a set of objects belong to the same group or cluster, based on their attributes as well as their link structure." These sentences can be found in the thesis on page 31, but originally stem from Han & Kamber (2006), see Nm/Fragment 031 15.