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Vision-Based Analysis of Small Groups in Pedestrian Crowds
We build upon state-of-the-art algorithms for pedestrian detection and multi-object tracking, and inspired by sociological models of human collective behavior. Expand
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Automatically detecting the small group structure of a crowd
We build upon state-of-the-art algorithms for pedestrian detection and multi-object tracking to discover small groups of individuals who are traveling together. Expand
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Courtroom Workgroups and Sentencing
Sentencing decisions are the product of a group of courtroom actors, primarily judges and district attorneys. Although the structure of the courtroom workgroup and the interdependencies among membersExpand
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Repeat and Multiple Victimizations: The Role of Individual and Contextual Factors
The present research uses hierarchical modeling to examine the relative contributions of factors about the person, factors about the context, and, most important the interaction of factors about theExpand
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Culture, Social Movements, and Protest
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Crime Victims’ Perceptions of Restitution: The Importance of Payment and Understanding
The Office for Victims of Crime recommends that victims should be informed, consulted, respected, and made whole, rights that relate to informational, procedural, interpersonal, and distributiveExpand
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When Crime Appears: The Role of Emergence
In The Tender Cut, Patricia Adler and Peter Adler present the largest, to date, qualitative sociologically-grounded investigation of the lived experience of a non-clinical population of people whoExpand
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Hate Crime Victimization Data in Pennsylvania: A Useful Complement to the Uniform Crime Reports
&NA; Data on the incidence and prevalence of hate crimes in the United States come primarily from the Uniform Crime Reports (UCR). Although UCR data undercount most crimes, hate crimes areExpand
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