Three is The Answer: Combining Relationships to Analyze Multilayered Terrorist Networks
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In this paper we introduce a methodology to create multilayered terrorist networks, taking into account that the main challenges of the data behind the networks are incompleteness, fuzzy boundaries, and dynamic behavior. To account for these dark networks' characteristics, we use knowledge sharing communities in determining the methodology to create 3-layered networks from each of our datasets. We analyze the resulting layers of three terrorist datasets and present explanations of why three layers should be used for these models. We also use the information of just one layer, to identify the Bali 2005 attack community.
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