LINK: Decision-Support System for Criminal Analysis
LINK is a comprehensive data analysis platform aimed to aid criminal analysis. The basic version of the system provides a set of tools for integrating, processing and visualizing data which may originate from various sources (e.g. phone billings, bank account statements, address books, etc.). LINK is an extensible platform, based on plug-in architecture. It allows for integrating new tools for automatic or semi-automatic data analysis as well as enhancing existing ones. Such tools may be provided by third party vendors and combined with others in order to extract relevant information from a large volume of data.
Jacek Dajda works as Assistant Professor at AGH University of Science and Technology located in Krakow, Poland. His research interests involve mainly agile methodologies and component-based architectures oriented towards integration of heterogenous data sources. Currently, beside common didactic work, he participates in various research projects in which Eclipse RCP is widely used.
Kamil Piętak is a PhD student at AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, Poland. The main area of his interest is component-based system architectures. He participates in research projects based on Eclipse RCP technology and utilizing other Eclipse projects such as GEF.