McGill University Associate Professor Benjamin Fung visit the Information & Electronic Engineering lecture
July 2 in the afternoon, Canada network security and data mining Research Chair in the field, an associate professor of information science at McGill University in Canada, Dr. Benjamin Fung visit Information and Electrical Engineering, launched the "data mining in real criminal investigation" as the theme of the seminar.
Lectures at the beginning, Benjamin Fung, associate professor introduction leads to its own examples why you want to study crime and explain what is data mining. He first introduced the first method of data mining: how to identify the true author of anonymous e-mail. His research team has developed a AuthorMiner software to assist Canadian police. In the lecture, he demonstrated the use of the software - to draw the suspect's writing habits in terms of how the mail habits, ways of expression, and multiple messages through keyword analysis and comparison, usage habits to determine Whether the message comes from the same person, in order to determine whether a number of criminal cases for the same individual. Subsequently, Benjamin Fung, associate professor introduced a second criminal investigation data mining: Based on the theme of the search engines. After known criminals, through analysis, to assist criminal investigators access to information and social networks from a large number of text documents, information about the offender to understand crime in other areas.
The last lecture, Benjamin Fung, associate professor enthusiastically answered questions raised by teachers and students here, and everyone in-depth exchanges. The lecture deepens the students for Data Mining in Crime Investigation understanding, stimulate the interest of the related fields of study.