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Knowledge encapsulation framework for technosocial predictive modeling, Predicting sentencing outcomes, Detecting unknown malicious code, and more open access articles from Security informatics.

Security InformaticsSecurity Informaticsis a SpringerOpen journal, edited by a leading data mining and security researcher Prof. Hsinchun Chen.

The journal provides an excellent opportunity to reach out to an international audience of security-related academic researchers, industry practitioners, and government IT managers and policy makers.

Editors choice articles:

  • An activity theory analysis of boundary objects in cross-border information systems development for disaster management,

    Nitesh Bharosa, JinKyu Lee, Marijn Janssen, H Raghav Rao

  • The spatio-temporal modeling for criminal incidents,

    Xiaofeng Wang, Donald E Brown

Most viewed articles:

  1. Knowledge encapsulation framework for technosocial predictive modeling
  2. Predicting sentencing outcomes with centrality measures
  3. Detecting unknown malicious code by applying classification techniques on OpCode patterns
  4. A psychological perspective on virtual communities supporting terrorist & extremist ideologies as a tool for recruitment
  5. Developing an explanatory model for the process of online radicalisation and terrorism

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