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Discuss graph technologies

Vishnu Vettrivel and Gunjan Gupta will talk about building Fraud Detection systems using Graph Databases.This meetup will be a discussion about building an Anomaly based Fraud Detection system using Neo4j and Email exchange data. They will discuss the high level architecture of the system and also the process and features that were used for the fraud analysis. There will be a brief intro into the Cypher query language of Neo4j, before going over some of the graph visualization options that were evaluated.  Finally, they will be a discussion of some of the lessons learnt while trying to build such a system.


Food and informal networking start at 6:30. The talk will start at 7pm.

Parking is available in the building and is valet only.  Cost is $8.00 after 6pm.  (Enter on Union between 4th & 5th)  Additional parking can be found in the Hilton Parking Garage.  Cost is $6.00 after 5pm.  Enter on 6th Ave between University and Union.  There is also plenty of street parking downtown. 

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  • Silvia V.

    Thanks Vishnu and Gunjan. Great to see case studies and actual applications.

    June 4, 2014

  • Ben K.

    Enjoyed the presentation --- and well done with little notice!

    June 4, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    The presentation was interesting.

    I think the speakers could have projected their voice a little bit better. By speaking louder and by looking more at the crowd and less at the floor (a good thing in general to do). Some parts I didn't grasp as well as others because I missed a few words here and there.

    All in all, a good experience for my first time coming out. Looking forward to the next meetup.

    June 4, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    I very much enjoyed Vishnu and Gunjan's presentations. They were right in line with my current studies as well as my work and gave me some good ideas that I could take to the bank.

    June 3, 2014

  • Matt

    Are you going to post a video or slides? I got busy at work so I couldn't make it.

    June 3, 2014

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