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Parliamentary questions
24 January 2011
Answer given by Mr Tajani on behalf of the Commission

The Commission would like to refer the Honourable Member to its answers given to Written Questions E‑6084/09, E‑1004/10, E‑1332/10, E‑1385/10, E‑2186/10, E‑3190/10, E‑3191/10, E‑4739/10, E‑6842/10 E‑6912/10 and E‑7521/10(1), all relating to the Indect project.

As regards the question of the Honourable Member relating to the Interim Report, the Commission presumes that this refers to the Interim Evaluation mentioned in its answer to Written Question E‑2186/10. In this context, the Commission would like to clarify that this relates to the Interim Evaluation that is being conducted by the Commission for the whole of FP7. The interim evaluation report of the expert group that the Commission will use as an input to its own analysis can be found on the following website:


The Commission's own analysis will lead to a Commission Communication on the FP7 Interim Evaluation which is scheduled for the first quarter of 2011. The Comunication will be forwarded to Council and the European Parliament.

As regards the term ‘relationship mining’, the Commission would like to refer the Honourable Member to two specific work packages of INDECT that deal with this question. They can be found at the following web-addresses:

http://www.indect-project.eu/files/deliverables/public/INDECT_Deliverable_D9.5_v20091031.pdf/view http://www.indect-project.eu/files/deliverables/public/INDECT_Deliverable_D4.2_v20091030.pdf/view

The Commission would like to underline that research work undertaken by INDECT on relationship mining is aimed at serving crime prevention and investigation. ‘Social network analysis’ is part of ‘relationship mining’. Here again the aim is crime prevention and investigation.

(1)Available at: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/QP-WEB/home.jsp?language=en

OJ C 265 E, 09/09/2011
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