The question was whether you can detect the click fraud from the server log file. In the article, you provided a log file.
I can't find the question (I downloaded the log file but can't find it either).
hi, im student & doing BCS final year project on "Distributed Data Mining in credit card fraud detection",
in which i have transaction records in which i want to layout fraudulent transaction by using Algo's approach, plz guide me
Thank you, Vincent, for invite. I'm interested in all aspects of statistics so I'm looking forward to becoming more acquainted in newer (to me) areas, such as Data Mining, for example. I know of Dr. Richard Smith. I attended the 1998 Statistical Climatology conference in Whister, B.C. and he made a presentation there. Charles
I am in search for some good techniques (or combination of those) to model rare events (a ratio of 1:500 to 1:1000). Apart from logistic (and versions) and boot strapping, I am looking to:
1. Use a combine of logistic and decision tree (say decision tree segmentation followed by logistic on part of data where good-bad ratio is more balanced).
2. Explore neural net
3. Other procedures in SAS.
Here's Alan Stolzer's WEB page ... he moved this past summer from St. Louis University as Associate Dean of Aeronautical Engineering, to Emry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida .... I'm searching for his EDU email; here's his GMAIL; I'm inviting him again to AD ...