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Automated Digital Evidence Target Definition Using Outlier Analysis and Existing Evidence DFRWS USA 2005 Brian Carrier, Ph.D. (Purdue University), Prof. Eugene Spafford (Purdue University)
Data Hiding in Journaling File Systems DFRWS USA 2005 Knut Eckstein (NATO NC3A), Marko Jahnke (FGAN/FKIE Germany)
Design and Implementation of Zeitline – a Forensic Timeline Editor DFRWS USA 2005 Florian Buchholz (Purdue University), Courtney Falk (Purdue University)
Evaluating Commercial Counter-Forensic Tools DFRWS USA 2005 Matthew Geiger (Carnegie Mellon University)
Forensic Discovery DFRWS USA 2005 Wietse Venema, Ph.D. (IBM Research)
Network Forensics Analysis with Evidence Graphs DFRWS USA 2005 Wei Wang (Iowa State University), Thomas Daniels (Iowa State University)
Reproducibility of Digital Evidence in Forensic Investigations DFRWS USA 2005 Lei Pan (Deakin University), Lynn Batten (Deakin University)
Risk Sensitive Digital Evidence Collection DFRWS USA 2005 Erin Kenneally (San Diego Supercomputer Center), Christopher Brown (Technology Pathways)
Scalpel – A Frugal, High Performance File Carver DFRWS USA 2005 Golden Richard III, Ph.D. (University of New Orleans), Vassil Roussev, Ph.D. (University of New Orleans)
Automatically Creating Realistic Targets for Digital Forensics Investigation DFRWS USA 2005 Frank Adelstein, Ph.D. (ATC-NY), Yun Gao, and Golden Richard III, Ph.D. (University of New Orleans)
File Hound – A Forensics Tool for First Responders DFRWS USA 2005 Wm. Blair Gillam (Purdue University) and Marc Rogers (Purdue University)
Monitoring Access to Shared Memory-Mapped Files DFRWS USA 2005 Christian Sarmoria (Syracuse University) and Steve Chapin (Syracuse University)
Preparing for Large-Scale Investigations with Case Domain Modeling DFRWS USA 2005 Chris Bogen (US Army Corps of Engineers) and David Dampier (Mississippi State University)
Unification of Digital Evidence from Disparate Sources DFRWS USA 2005 Philip Turner (QinetiQ)