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Autor     David Koelle, Jonathan Pfautz, Michael Farry, Zach Cox, Geoffrey Catto, Joseph Campolongo
Titel    Applications of Bayesian Belief Networks in Social Network Analysis
Sammlung    Proc. of the 4th Bayesian Modeling Applications Workshop during the 22nd Annual Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence: UAI '06, July 13th, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2006
Jahr    2006
Seiten    6
URL    http://www.cs.uu.nl/groups/DSS/UAI-workshop/Koelle.pdf

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SNA primarily focuses on applying analytic techniques to the relationships between individuals and groups, and investigating how those relationships can be used to infer additional information about the individuals and groups [14]. There are a number of mathematical and algorithmic approaches that can be used in SNA to infer such information, including connectedness and centrality [15].

Law enforcement personnel have used social networks to analyze terrorist networks [16, 17] and criminal networks [6]. The capture of Saddam Hussein was facilitated by social network analysis: military officials constructed a network containing Hussein’s tribal and family links, allowing them to focus on individuals who had close ties to Hussein [19].


6. Sparrow, M.: The Application of Network Analysis to Criminal Intelligence: An Assessment of the Prospects. Social Networks 13, 251–274 (1991)

14. Degenne, A., Forse, M.: Introducing Social Networks. Sage Publications, London (1999)

15. Wasserman, S., Faust, K.: Social Network Analysis: Methods and Applications. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1994)

16. Krebs, V.E.: Uncloaking Terrorist Networks (2002), Accessed on 23/3/2005 http:// www.firstmonday.org/ issues/issue7_4/krebs

17. Stewart, T.: Six Degrees of Mohamed Atta (2001), Accessed on 24/1/2006 http://money.cnn.com/ magazines/business2

19. Hougham, V.: Sociological Skills Used in the Capture of Saddam Hussein (2005), Accessed on 22/2/2005 http://www.asanet.org/ footnotes/julyaugust05/fn3.html

Social network analysis (SNA) primarily focuses on applying analytic techniques to the relationships between individuals and groups, and investigating how those relationships can be used to infer additional information about the individuals and groups (Degenne & Forse, 1999). There are a number of mathematical and algorithmic approaches that can be used in SNA to infer such information, including connectedness and centrality (Wasserman & Faust, 1994).

[...] Law enforcement personnel have used social networks to analyze terrorist networks (Krebs, 2006; Stewart, 2001) and criminal networks (Sparrow, 1991). The capture of Saddam Hussein was facilitated by social network analysis: military officials constructed a network containing Hussein’s tribal and family links, allowing them to focus on individuals who had close ties to Hussein (Hougham, 2005).


Degenne, A. & Forse, M. (1999). Introducing Social Networks. London: Sage Publications.

Hougham, V. (2005). Sociological Skills Used in the Capture of Saddam Hussein. http://www.asanet.org/footnotes/ julyaugust05/fn3.html.

Krebs, V. E. (2006). Uncloaking Terrorist Networks. http://www.firstmonday.org/ issues/issue7_4/krebs

Sparrow, M. (1991). The application of network analysis to criminal intelligence: An assessment of the prospects. Social Networks 13, 251-274.

Stewart, T. (2001). Six Degrees of Mohamed Atta. http://money.cnn.com/magazines/business2

Wasserman, S. & Faust, K. (1994). Social Network Analysis: Methods and Applications. Cambridge University Press.

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