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Language and gender author cohort analysis of e-mail for computer forensics

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ABSTRACT We describe an investigation of authorship gender and language background cohort attribution mining from e-mail text documents. We used an extended set of predominantly topic content-free e-mail document features such as style markers, structural characteristics and gender-preferential language features together with a Support Vector Machine learning algorithm. Experiments using a corpus of e-mail documents generated by a large number of authors of both genders gave promising results for both author gender and language background cohort categorisation.

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