Space Time And Crime

Author: Kim Michelle Lersch
ISBN: 9781611636611
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Throughout the text, Lersch and Hart strive to provide a highly readable, informative discussion of the important issues surrounding the geography of crime, providing real world examples as well as illustrations from previously published ...

Space Time And Organized Crime

Author: Alan A. Block
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 9781412834926
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Fully one-fourth of this new edition contains hitherto unpublished materials especially relevant to the American experience. Space, Time, and Organized Crime describes the background of Progressive Era New York.

Artificial Crime Analysis Systems Using Computer Simulations And Geographic Information Systems

Author: Liu, Lin
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 9781599045931
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While space-time local Moran's Ii,t test is based on covariance, the space-time * i,
t G test is based on deviations. Given the deviation-based feature, the space-time
*i,tG measure overcomes the limitation of the Space-time local Moran's I i,t test.
Therefore, the space-time *i,tG test is a more appropriate measure for spatial
crime diffusion process. SimulaTion and reSulT Simulation The diffusion
simulation is implemented under strictly controlled settings to exclude
unconsidered effects in ...

Breaking Rules The Social And Situational Dynamics Of Young People S Urban Crime

Author: Per-Olof H. Wikström
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199592845
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This means the 74 offenders committed, on average (taking into account the
hours they spent asleep) one crime every tenth day (a mean of 180 crimes per
offender over the five studied years).2 Extrapolating spacetime budget crimes
to estimate the number of crimes young people would have reported across
Phase 1, had we interviewed them every day, it becomes apparent that even
Table 7.1 Spacetime budget crime types though crime, on a personal level, is a
rare event,.

Space Time Integration In Geography And Giscience

Author: Mei-Po Kwan
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9401792054
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Given a spatial network and its variations over time (e.g., time-varying travel times
on road networks) this chapter discusses how to model, query and store spatio-
temporal networks. This problem has application in several domains such as
transportation networks, emergency planning, knowledge discovery from sensor
data, and crime analysis. Adequately representing the temporal nature of spatial
networks would potentially allow us to raise interesting questions (e.g.,
ecorouting, ...

Crime Modeling And Mapping Using Geospatial Technologies

Author: Michael Leitner
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 940074997X
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applications of KDE are limited to cases where the location of the crime event is
known. The research discussed in this chapter addresses problems encountered
in mapping crime events that, although still profoundly geographic, are not
reducible to single points in space and time. The consideration of mobility and
corresponding space-time factors as part of a spatial analysis of events (e. g.
incidents of disease or crime) is hardly novel. Indeed, one of the most widely
adopted ...

Crime Policing And Place

Author: David Evans
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134943563
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The spatial, temporal andsocial dimensionsof female victimization Kate Painter
social definitions of crime do not always coincideand can conflict. Crime is a
breach of the criminal law but it also involves a social relationship between victim
and offender which takes on particular patterns and meaning in space and time.
Time and spaceprovide the setting forall criminal interactions, the setting
beingessential ...

Space Time And Infinity

Author: Brian M. Stableford
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
ISBN: 0809519119
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The policing of time-tracks — either singly, as in Isaac Asimov's The End of
Eternity (1955), which features the totalitarian control of history by social
engineers, or in great profusion — became a popular theme in SF during the
1950s. The exploits of such police forces are featured in Sam Mer- win's House of
Many Worlds (1951) and Three Faces of Time (1955), H. Beam Piper's "Paratime"
series, begun with "Time Crime" (1955), Poul Anderson's "Time Patrol" series,
whose early stories ...