Dissecting Digital Data: Context & Meaning through Analytics
Marcus Rogers - Purdue University
Feb 10, 2010Size: 465.4MB
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AbstractThis talk will look at how analytics can be used to increase our understanding of what digital evidence actually means. The real value of evidence is often related to the context and meaning of the data ; not just on its mere existence. The talk will examine how analytics can be used to answer core investigative and intelligence questions and where meaning can be found.
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