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R.: A modeling approach for credit card fraud detection in electronic payment services.
K., Panigrahi S.: Credit Card Fraud Detection: A Hybrid Approach Using Fuzzy Clustering andamp;amp;amp; Neural Network.
Hepp, "Neural data mining for credit card fraud detection," in Proceedings of the 11th IEEE International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence (ICTAI '99), pp.
Reilly, "Credit card fraud detection with a neural-network," in Proceedings of the 27th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, vol.
In credit card fraud detection, for each test instance, it determines if the test instance falls within the learned region.
Among the various credit card fraud detection methods, the KNN achieves consistently high performance, without a priori assumptions about the distributions from which the training examples are drawn.
eFalcon is an intelligent online credit card fraud detection and risk management service available to online merchants.
Majumdar, "Credit card fraud detection: a fusion approach using dempstershafer theory and bayesian learning," Information Fusion, vol.
Tsai, "A web services-based collaborative scheme for credit card fraud detection" in Proceedings of the e-Technology, e-Commerce and e-Service, 2004.
Amruta D has presented a review on outlier detection techniques for credit card fraud detection. They have discussed one such unsupervised method Principal Component Analysis(PCA) to detect an outlier[24].
It refers to non-stationery data distribution, data imbalance and velocity of the data as major challenges persisting in credit card fraud detection data sets.