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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013Applying Knowledge Discovery and Semantics for Detecting Anomalous Container TripsCAMOSSI Elena; DIMITROVA TATYANA; MAZZOLA LUCA; TSOIS Aris; VILLA PAOLAContributions to Conferences
2013Contextualization of Geographical Scraped Data to Support Human Judgment and ClassificationMAZZOLA LUCA; TSOIS Aris; DIMITROVA TATYANA; CAMOSSI ElenaContributions to Conferences
2011ConTraffic: Anomaly detection for maritime container trafficVARFIS Aristide; KOTSAKIS Evangelos; TSOIS Aris; DONATI Alberto; SJACHYN MAXYM; CAMOSSI ELENA; VILLA PAOLA; DIMITROVA TATYANA; PELLISSIER MURIELContributions to Conferences
2012Detecting Anomalous Maritime Container Itineraries for Anti-fraud and Supply Chain SecurityCAMOSSI ELENA; DIMITROVA TATYANA; TSOIS ArisContributions to Conferences
2009Exploring the use of trade data to support verification activitiesVERSINO Cristina; CHATELUS Renaud; COJAZZI Giacomo; CONTINI Franca; TARVAINEN Matti; TSOIS ArisContributions to Conferences
2010Global Trade Data to Support IAEA SafeguardsVERSINO Cristina; CHATELUS Renaud; COJAZZI Giacomo; CONTINI Franca; TARVAINEN Matti; TSOIS ArisArticles in Journals
2013Visualization of Container Movements Through a Web-Based Geographical Information SystemDIMITROVA TATYANA; TSOIS Aris; CAMOSSI ElenaContributions to Conferences
2010World Trade Data: Can They Help Safeguards Vertification Acttivities?VERSINO Cristina; CHATELUS Renaud; COJAZZI Giacomo; CONTINI Franca; TARVAINEN Matti; TSOIS ArisContributions to Conferences
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