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Language models are successfully applied to the problem of analysing crime descriptions from a police database with the purpose of prioritising suspects for an unsolved crime, given details of solved crimes. The frequency of terms in each description relates to the behaviour of the offender and this can be used to link crimes to a common offender. Language(More)
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The provenance of a piece of data refers to knowledge about its origin, in terms of entities and actors involved in its creation, e.g. data sources used, operations carried out on them, and users enacting those operations. Provenance is used to better understand the data and the context of its production , and to assess its reliability, by asserting whether(More)