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Statistical Analysis of User-Event Data in a Digital Forensics Context

Conference/Workshop:
10th International Conference on Forensic Inference and Statistics
Published: 2017
Primary Author: Chris Galbraith
Research Area: Digital

This presentation was an overview of statistical analysis of User-Event Data in a Digital Forensics Context, including likelihood ratio and marked point processes

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