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    • Counter-Surveillance in an Algorithmic World 

      Dutrisac, James George (2007-09-26)
      Surveillance is the act of collecting, analysing, and acting upon information about specific objects, data, or individuals. Recent advances have allowed for the automation of a large part of this process. Of particular ...
    • Data - All 3 countries 

      Angus Reid Global (2014-07-16)
      Privacy and Surveillance: June 2012 Globalization of Personal Data Follow-up is a study (conducted in February-March 2014) by the Vision Critical division of the polling company Angus Reid Global as a follow-up to an earlier ...
    • Data - Canada 

      Angus Reid Global (2014-07-16)
      Privacy and Surveillance: June 2012 Globalization of Personal Data Follow-up is a study (conducted in February-March 2014) by the Vision Critical division of the polling company Angus Reid Global as a follow-up to an earlier ...
    • Data - UK 

      Angus Reid Global (2014-07-16)
      Privacy and Surveillance: June 2012 Globalization of Personal Data Follow-up is a study (conducted in February-March 2014) by the Vision Critical division of the polling company Angus Reid Global as a follow-up to an earlier ...
    • Data - US 

      Angus Reid Global (2014-07-16)
      Privacy and Surveillance: June 2012 Globalization of Personal Data Follow-up is a study (conducted in February-March 2014) by the Vision Critical division of the polling company Angus Reid Global as a follow-up to an earlier ...
    • Data and Documentation 

      Angus Reid Global (2014-02-07)
      Privacy and Surveillance: June 2012 Globalization of Personal Data Follow-up is a study (conducted in June 2012) by the Vision Critical division of the polling company Angus Reid Global as a follow-up to an earlier ...
    • Data Mining the Genetics of Leukemia 

      Morton, Geoffrey (2010-01-13)
      Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) is the most common cancer in children under the age of 15. At present, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment decisions are made based upon blood and bone marrow laboratory testing. With ...
    • Detecting Deception in Interrogation Settings 

      Lamb, Carolyn (2012-12-18)
      Bag-of-words deception detection systems outperform humans, but are still not always accurate enough to be useful. In interrogation settings, present models do not take into account potential influence of the words in a ...
    • Documentation 

      Angus Reid Global (2014-07-16)
      Privacy and Surveillance: June 2012 Globalization of Personal Data Follow-up is a study (conducted in February-March 2014) by the Vision Critical division of the polling company Angus Reid Global as a follow-up to an earlier ...
    • Explicating a Biological Basis for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome 

      Abou-Gouda, Samar A. (2007-12-18)
      In the absence of clinical markers for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), research to find a biological basis for it is still open. Many data-mining techniques have been widely employed to analyze biomedical data describing ...
    • Spectral Techniques for Heterogeneous Social Networks 

      Zheng, Quan (2016-01-26)
      Social networks represent a set of participants and the pairwise relationships between them. There are several different types of networks, such as directed networks, networks with typed edges, dynamic networks and signed ...