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Design of a Model in Machine Learning For Credit Card Fraud Detection

2022 Computer Engineering and Intelligent Systems  
To predict the likelihood of a customer's next transaction being fraudulent, the algorithm was trained using past e-commerce credit card transaction data.  ...  Because online transactions are likely to grow dramatically in the coming year, better fraud detection and prevention is critical.  ...  Figure 5 Predictions equations Credit card fraud is common and causes substantial financial losses [1] .  ... 
doi:10.7176/ceis/13-2-06 fatcat:dxrs5icyjzax5kbvoibjkijoo4

The deeds and writings of Dr Martin Luther from the year of the Lord 1517 to the year 1546 related chronologically to all posterity by Johannes Cochlaeus [chapter]

Elizabeth Vandiver, Ralph Keen
2010 Luther's lives  
Luther promises himself a wonderful memory among posterity.  ...  But I predict, rather, that it shall happen that no name under the sun will ever be more execrable than the name of Luther, among both Papists and Antipapists.  ...  And all these things are far different from the practice of the true disciples of Christ.  ... 
doi:10.7765/9781526120649.00009 fatcat:e6643xarg5bpha5j3hnfjyqqoa

Identifying machine learning techniques for classification of target advertising

Jin-A Choi, Kiho Lim
2020 ICT Express  
The paper also identifies an underexamined area, algorithm-based detection of click frauds, to illustrate how machine learning approaches can be integrated to preserve the viability of online advertising  ...  [25] also proposed a system that detects and prevents click fraud practices and implemented it on Machine Learning Approaches for Target Advertising User-Centric Approach Content-Centric Approach  ...  The proposed scheme integrates poster probability information objects and logos into Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA), which is named ppLDA (posterior probability involved in LDA).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.icte.2020.04.012 fatcat:5qnbssw625chhfeeqkwzkgcjxm

User Awareness Design for Electronic Money User Using Protection Motivation Theory and NIST 800-50 Framework

Christian Andrean Pradigdya, Raden Venantius Hari Ginardi
2019 IPTEK Journal of Proceedings Series  
This study uses Protection Motivation Theory (PMT) as a theoretical framework to empirically test why people do precautionary behavior on electronic money transaction.  ...  PMT is a social-cognitive model to predict and explain prevention behavior. Empirical research is conducted using survey methodology and collecting data from 186 respondents using online forms.  ...  The advantage of the bulletin compared to posters is that the bulletin can deliver several messages compared to poster.  ... 
doi:10.12962/j23546026.y2019i5.6380 fatcat:qoexxkqg4zeihhilevjaoplmzy

Distrust, Fear and Emotional Learning: An Online Auction Perspective

Glenn Robert Bewsell
2012 Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research  
when transacting online, and what builds fear when transacting online?  ...  When compared with other transactional domains, online auction is a good domain to explore and address these gaps.  ...  This section discusses the implications of this research for theory and practice.  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0718-18762012000200002 fatcat:zmzljtob3rbozmmab46dyffx2u

"Ring-Ring" Might Soon Mean Ka-Ching

Greg Goth
2007 IEEE Distributed Systems Online  
Second, the technology companies involved in NFC work must convince financial sector partners that everyone along the transaction chain will see value in adopting pay-by-phone practices.  ...  So, predicting how consumers will react to the new technology is still hard.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mdso.2007.18 fatcat:3kwzbe7bffggrlxf3zramcdzui

"When perhaps the real problem is money itself!": the practical materiality of Bitcoin

Bill Maurer, Taylor C. Nelms, Lana Swartz
2013 Social Semiotics  
A poster on the Bitcointalk forum described Bitcoin as marking the end of ''*flow capitalism*,'' that is, the profits extracted by those with a ''monopoly on transactions'' from the ''movement of values  ...  Not only is the rate of creation of new Bitcoins predictable but also part of the attraction, and the very reason for its predictability is that changes in the rate itself are automatic, hardwired into  ... 
doi:10.1080/10350330.2013.777594 fatcat:nelnkm7dvffttjeae2d4pfvtlq

Towards a Categorization of Scambaiting Strategies against Online Advance Fee Fraud

Andreas Zingerle
2014 International Journal of Art Culture and Design Technologies  
The analysis on various scambaiting practices is intended as a base for future discussions, for instance, whether some scambaiting methods should be implemented in media competence training.  ...  In practice, trust is a bit of both.  ...  Scambaiters try to document and monitor this fraud attempts.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijacdt.2014070104 fatcat:pdbzkqdadrgqzmjr3d7xv6l4yq

Suspicion of money laundering reporting obligations: Auditor compliance, or sceptical failure to engage?

Simon D. Norton
2018 Critical Perspectives on Accounting  
A SAR must be submitted as soon as is practicable'.  ...  Training in fraud detection in accordance with criteria set out in the COSO framework of 2012 also reinforces, at least in principle, the capacity of accountants to address the risk of fraud (Hansen &  ... 
doi:10.1016/ fatcat:cwc25ujk6ze7niyb63qwj47mvq

The Limits of Lawyering: Legal Opinions in Structured Finance

Steven L. Schwarcz
2005 Social Science Research Network  
for determining whether to characterize the transactions as debt.  ...  Significant controversy surrounds the issuance of legal opinions in structured finance transactions, particularly where accountants separately use these opinions, beyond their traditional primary use,  ...  The textual analysis above of course assumes, where a transaction is facilitating fraud, that opining counsel neither knows nor reasonably should know of the fraud.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.657521 fatcat:mntxsc4wtfhizljhnjqf7zgqou

A Qualitative Evaluation of the Factors Influencing the Adoption of Electronic Payment Systems (SMEs) by SMEs in Nigeria

Patrick Ohunmah Igudia
2017 European Scientific Journal  
There is also the issue of cultural practices that may be peculiar to Nigeria.  ...  of transactions and money."  ... 
doi:10.19044/esj.2017.v13n31p472 fatcat:o567xawttfdlxhye5rw4xhoipe

Evolutionary Enforcement At The Securities And Exchange Commission

Jayne W. Barnard
2009 University of Pittsburgh law review  
United States Postal Service, Poster 296-Notice of Reward (July 2006), cpimlftp/posters/pos296/welcome.htm (offering rewards up to $100,000 for information about violations of the  ...  HARCOURT, AGAINST PREDICTION: PROFILING, PREDICTING, AND POLICING IN AN ACTUARIAL AGE 47-76 (2007) (detailing the history of these projects).  ...  The fact is, however, that the market is rife with fraud and abuse.  ... 
doi:10.5195/lawreview.2009.141 fatcat:qvaj26g65basfkamjmwseb5ldq

Reputation and Intermediaries in Electronic Commerce

Clayton P. Gillette
2002 Social Science Research Network  
Thus, it should not be surprising that claims of Internet fraud predominantly involve Internet auction sales and low-value transactions.  ...  But it is also possible that they are engaging in behavior that allows them to perceive slight nonconformities in the transactions as indications of the kind of bad faith that would lead the poster to  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.308440 fatcat:wrohtvad3vg5pglcy3ylb7xkoy

Amgen and the Fraud-on-the-Market Class Action: Frozen in Time?

Donald C. Langevoort
2013 Social Science Research Network  
The fraud-on-the-market class action is put forth by its proponents as practically necessary, if not conceptually clean, for achieving both of these objectives. 83 I tend to agree, though not as enthusiastically  ...  Index funds are the poster children for passive low-cost investment, compelled to buy or sell stocks solely to maintain a weighted average of the chosen market index.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2281910 fatcat:5eksk53fuvap7hpe5sr5zlv2ke

How do you feel when you see a list of prices? the interplay among price dispersion, perceived risk and initial trust in Chinese C2C market

Kewen Wu, Julita Vassileva, Zeinab Noorian, Yuxiang Zhao
2015 Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services  
The issues of trust fraud, product genuineness and price dispersion jointly make Chinese C2C buyers difficult to identify trustworthy sellers with a low price.  ...  The interplay among price dispersion, perceived risk and initial trust in Chinese C2C market Abstract: The issues of trust fraud, product genuineness and price dispersion jointly make Chinese C2C buyers  ...  Implications for practice Our study also provides several practical implications. First, our findings are useful for C2C sellers to design pricing strategy.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jretconser.2015.03.007 fatcat:l5udw7lmhze6hfpnywiu7aeuoi
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