I have just uploaded a little excerpt from my Final Year project about Telecoms Fraud. Basically I will use this as a grounding for creating my Neural Network in C#.Enjoy! :)
Telecomm Fraud can be broken into several generic classes. These classes describe the mode in which the operator was defrauded and include subscription fraud, call surfing, ghosting, accounting fraud and information abuse. Each mode can be used to defraud the network for revenue based purposes or non-revenue based purposes.Subscription FraudSubscription fraud occurs when an unsuspecting party have their identity stolen or a customer tries to evade payment. Essentially, personal details provided to the company are erroneous and designed to deceive the company into setting up an account. Reasons for this may include a customer knowing that they are a credit liability due to CCJ's or other credit problems; or a fraudster needs to obtain "legitimate" access to the telecomm network to perpetrate further modes of fraud.Subscription fraud causes serious financial loses to the telecommunication operators, but in many instances may not be attributed to fraud. If someone does not pay their bill, then the telecomm company has to establish if the person was fraudulent or is merely unable to pay. This may result in a lot of subscription fraud being classified as bad debt. The BT Group in 2001-2002 estimated that bad debt cost the company ~£79 million.
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