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Computational Criminology

Dr Uwe Glasser

  1. Computational criminology has been seen primarily as computer-intensive simulations of criminal wrongdoing. But there is a growing menu of computer-intensive applications in criminology that one might call “co...

    Authors: Richard Berk
    Citation: Security Informatics 2013 2:5
  2. Despite their importance for stakeholders in the criminal justice system, few methods have been developed for determining which criminal behavior variables will produce accurate sentence predictions. Some appr...

    Authors: Carlo Morselli, Victor Hugo Masias, Fernando Crespo and Sigifredo Laengle
    Citation: Security Informatics 2013 2:4
  3. The objectives of this research are to display the utility of using agent based model and simulated experiments in understanding criminal behavior. In particular, this research focuses upon the distance decay ...

    Authors: Arvind Verma, Ramyaa Ramyaa and Suresh Marru
    Citation: Security Informatics 2013 2:3
  4. Computational criminology seeks to address criminological and criminal justice problems through the use of applied mathematics, computer science, and criminology. The development of mathematical and computatio...

    Authors: Colby L Valentine, Carter Hay, Kevin M Beaver and Thomas G Blomberg
    Citation: Security Informatics 2013 2:2
  5. Dynamic activity involving social networks often has distinctive temporal patterns that can be exploited in situations involving incomplete information. Gang rivalry networks, in particular, display a high deg...

    Authors: Rachel A Hegemann, Erik A Lewis and Andrea L Bertozzi
    Citation: Security Informatics 2013 2:1