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Identifying Repeat Victimization with Gis
Until recently most attempts at identifying repeat victimization locations have focused on searching address fields in police records. Problems with inaccurate data entry and variation in addressExpand
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155 Mbit/s optical wireless link using a bootstrapped silicon APD receiver
A 155 Mbit/s optical wireless link has been implemented using a large-area silicon APD, bootstrapped, transimpedance receiver and a hologram-based laser transmitter. The receiver gives highExpand
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TERRAIN AND SURFACE MODELLING SYSTEMS: THEORY AND PRACTICE
This paper presents a critical investigation of those parts of digital mapping that relate to the specific area of terrain modelling systems. In addition, image processing and database systems areExpand
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CHASING GHOSTS? Police Perception of High Crime Areas
In recent years there has been a move within police services towards a proactive and intelligence-led style of policing. This has coincided with a recognition of the value of local policing solutionsExpand
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Detecting Hotspots in Time and Space
The numerical analysis of spatial point distributions has interested academics for many years. A very early work that resulted in the famous Moran’s I statistic was that by Moran (1948). An earlyExpand
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A 50 Mbit/s Optical Wireless LAN Link Using Novel Optical and Electronic Enabling Technologies
Optical wireless transmission is proposed for the implementation of broadband wireless LANs. An optical cellular structure, which uses holograms to define optical cells and high levels of opticalExpand
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THE SPECTRAL-TEMPORAL RESPONSE SURFACE AND ITS USE IN THE MULTI-SENSOR, MULTI- TEMPORAL CLASSIFICATION OF AGRICULTURAL CROPS
A method for classifying agricultural crops using multi-temporal, multi-spectral and multi-source remotely-sensed data is described. The procedure characterises all the pixels in a scene byExpand
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Pedestrian Flows and Retail Turnover
This feasibility study originated from a request from a high‐quality confectionery manufacturer and retailer for research into the possibility of assessing the interaction of multiple outlets in theExpand
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