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Data summarization is an important concept in data mining for finding a compact representation of a dataset. In spatial network activity summarization (SNAS), we are given a spatial network and a collection of activities (e.g., pedestrian fatality reports, crime reports) and the goal is to find k shortest paths that summarize the activities. SNAS is(More)
Given a collection of geo-located activities (e.g., Crime reports), ring-shaped hotspot detection (RHD) finds rings, where concentration of activities inside the ring is much higher than outside. RHD is important for the applications such as crime analysis, where it may focus the search for crime source's location, e.g. The home of a serial criminal. RHD is(More)
Given a set of regions with activity counts at each time instant (e.g., a listing of countries with number of mass protests or disease cases over time) and a spatial neighbor relation, geo-referenced time-series summarization (GTS) finds k-full trees that maximize activity coverage. GTS has important potential societal applications such as understanding the(More)
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