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Applying Social Media Intelligence for Predicting and Identifying On-line Radicalization and Civil Unrest Oriented Threats

Agarwal, Swati; Sureka, Ashish;
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  • Published: 21 Nov 2015
Comment: 18 pages, 16 figures, 4 tables. This paper is a comprehensive and detailed literature survey to understand current state-of-the-art of Online Social Media Intelligence to counter and combat ISI related threats
free text keywords: Computer Science - Computers and Society, Computer Science - Social and Information Networks
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