Visible to the public A Layer-Built Method to the Relevancy of Electronic Evidence

TitleA Layer-Built Method to the Relevancy of Electronic Evidence
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsNing, W., Zhi-Jun, L.
Conference Name2018 2nd IEEE Advanced Information Management,Communicates,Electronic and Automation Control Conference (IMCEC)
ISBN Number978-1-5386-1803-5
Keywordsanalytical process, Computer crime, Correlation, criminal investigation, cyber crimes, digital forensics, discretionary evidence, electronic evidence, feature extraction, Forensics, Human Behavior, information forensics, judicial practice, law enforcement, layer-built method, Metrics, pubcrawl, relevancy of evidenc, resilience, Scalability, Standards

T138 combat cyber crimes, electronic evidence have played an increasing role, but in judicial practice the electronic evidence were not highly applied because of the natural contradiction between the epistemic uncertainty of electronic evidence and the principle of discretionary evidence of judge in the court. in this paper, we put forward a layer-built method to analyze the relevancy of electronic evidence, and discussed their analytical process combined with the case study. The initial practice shows the model is feasible and has a consulting value in analyzing the relevancy of electronic evidence.

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