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Seminar: A Dynamic Stage-based Fraud Monitoring Framework of Multiple Live Auctionsn

Fri., Mar. 18, 2016 1:30 p.m.

Location: CL 431

Title: A Dynamic Stage-based Fraud Monitoring Framework of Multiple Live Auctionsn

Speaker:  Xuegang Wang

Date: March 18 (F)

Time: 1:30pm - 2:20pm 

Room: CL 431

Abstract: Monitoring progressing auctions for fraudulent bidding activities is becoming crucial in order to detect and stop fraud on time. For this purpose, we introduce a generic stage-based framework to monitor multiple live auctions for in-auction fraud.
Creating a stage-based runtime fraud monitoring service is substantially different than has been proposed in the very limited studies on runtime fraud detection. We develop the proposed framework with a dynamic architecture where multiple monitoring agents can be created or deleted with respect to the status of their corresponding auctions (initialized, completed or cancelled). Adopting a dynamic software architecture represents an excellent solution to handle the scalability and real-time performance
issues of fraud monitoring systems.