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    Database support for exploring criminal networks

    Smith, M.N. and King, Peter J.H. (2003) Database support for exploring criminal networks. In: Chen, H. and Miranda, R. and Dajun Zeng, D. and Demchak, C.C. and Schroeder, J. and Madhusudan, T. (eds.) Intelligence and Security Informatics, First NSF/NIJ Symposium: ISI 2003. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2665. Springer, p. 387. ISBN 9783540401896.

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    An established method of comprehending the data gathered thus far in a criminal investigation is to incrementally visualize it as a network, such as in the diagram displayed below which is referred to as a link chart, to ascertain if, and how, objects of interest are connected.


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    School: School of Business, Economics & Informatics > Computer Science and Information Systems
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    Date Deposited: 04 May 2021 13:16
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