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Analysis of Communication Pattern with Scammers in Enron Corpus

09/02/2015
by   Dinesh Balaji Sashikanth, et al.
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This paper is an exploratory analysis into fraud detection taking Enron email corpus as the case study. The paper posits conclusions like strict servitude and unquestionable faith among employees as breeding grounds for sham among higher executives. We also try to infer on the nature of communication between fraudulent employees and between non- fraudulent-fraudulent employees

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