Zito -Combinatorial optimization techniques in domestic renewable power management.Presented at 29th British Colloquium on Theoretical Computer Science,Bath.
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> This is exactly the sort of thing we saw with the NSA's eavesdropping program: the New York Times reported that the computers spat out thousands of tips per month. Every one of them turned out to be a false alarm.
Full version submitted to Discrete Mathematics (July 2011).
In a word - you are right. It's not the data - it's the people looking at the data, and how willing they are to look at what they already have. They simply do not need more data. Sing along, you know the words: the way to find a needle in a haystack is not to pile on more hay - and I can tell you, they've already got more than they can reasonably look at.
thesis) Department of Computer Science, University of Warwick.
Perner editor, Machine Learning and Data Mining in Pattern Recognition;7th International Conference, MLDM 2011, volume 6871 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 414--427.
what if the means of communication are less technological?
Tank's comment about your numbers being unfair is correct. With the credit cards one is trying to find the cards which are being used for fraud. With terrorists we are trying to find the terrorist, not the connection that leads to the indication that a person is a potential terrorist. To make your article fair you would have to change the number of credit cards to the number of credit card transactions to compare with the number of potential terrorists interactions that need to be scanned. Or what would be less accurate is to change the number of interactions of people to the number of people being monitored.
as well, into a sense that it is the best they can do.
I used to read the contents of the queue (Pravda, et. al.) for my own entertainment and as such had a unique front row seat for events as they developed in Eastern Europe. Several months before the "fall" of the Wall, I went to the user responsible for analyzing this sort of thing and tried to call her attention to some really crazy stuff that I was reading, and suggested that analysts start looking very seriously at the stuff being printed in Eastern Bloc media. I got blown off, and the FBIS messages continued to be deleted in favor of classified (and in the end, useless) data.