Grad Student Gets $149,923 Grant For Click-Fraud Detection Research

Jan 5, 2007 | 1,914 views | by Navneet Kaushal
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Li Ge, a graduate student of the University of Louisville has bagged a grant of $149,923 to boost his research work on data mining and click-fraud detection. The National Science Foundation(NSF) has awarded the grant to Li Ge.

Li Ge has been working on his project 'Collaborative Click Fraud Detection and Prevention System' since May 2005. The primary objective of this project is develop a new model to track actual, real-time user behavior in efforts to detect fraudulent clicks. The NSF research grant will cover his research expenses through December 2007.

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