VALCRI: addressing European needs for information exploitation of large complex data in criminal intelligence analysis

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Wong, B., Zhang, L. and Shepherd, I. 2014. VALCRI: addressing European needs for information exploitation of large complex data in criminal intelligence analysis. European Data Forum 2014. Athens, Greece 19 - 20 Mar 2014
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TitleVALCRI: addressing European needs for information exploitation of large complex data in criminal intelligence analysis
AuthorsWong, B., Zhang, L. and Shepherd, I.
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This paper aims to showcase how governments and the public sector are or will be addressing the challenge of Big Data in the context of European law enforcement. We describe a recently approved 18 - partner EU funded Integration Project called VACLRI that will employ the science and technology of Visual Analytics to develop a capability by combining novel visualisation and interaction techniques with powerful analytic software for automated extraction of meaningful information and related text, documents, images and video, and for detecting signatures or patterns across multi-dimensional data that provide early warning or triggers of impending criminal or terrorist action.

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