Workshop and Link Analysis, Counterterrorism, and Security

If you’re interested in the content of this blog, and you live in the Atlanta area, you might be interested in coming to LACTS, the Workshop on Link Analysis, Counterterrorism, and Security. It’s being held on April 26th (Saturday) as part of the SIAM International Data Mining Conference. A one-day registration deal is available.

The proceedings will also be available online, both via my website and from SIAM after the workshop.

Here is the schedule:

0825-0830: Introduction
Antonio Badia and David Skillicorn

0830-0900: Detecting Hidden Passages in Documents
Saket S.R. Mengle and Nazli Goharian

0900-0930: Exploiting Sensitive Information in Background Mode using Latent Semantic Indexing
R. B. Bradford

0930-1000: Topic Detection Using Independent Component Analysis
Scott Grant, David Skillicorn, and James R. Cordy

1000-1030: Coffee Break

1030-1100: Using AI for Sensemaking in Investigative Analysis
Summer Adams, Ashok K. Goel, and Neha Sugandh

1100-1130: Vulnerability Assessment on Adversarial Organization: Unifying Command and Control Structure Analysis and Social Network Analysis
Il-Chul Moon, Kathleen M. Carley, and Alexander H. Levis

1130-1200: Torus Graph Inference for Detection of Localized Activity
Elizabeth A. Beer, Carey E. Priebe, and Edward R. Scheinerman

1200-1330: Lunch (on your own)

1330-1430: Workshop Keynote: “The Road to Link Intelligence”
Sherry Marcus, 21st Century Technologies.

1430-1500: Enhancing the Automated Analysis of Criminal Careers
Tim K. Cocx, Walter A. Kosters, and Jeroen F.J. Laros

1500-1530: Summarization and Information Loss in Network Analysis
Jamie F. Olson and Kathleen M. Carley

1530-1545: Summing Up
Antonio Badia and David Skillicorn


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