A comparative study of spatio-temporal hotspot analysis techniques in security informatics

  title={A comparative study of spatio-temporal hotspot analysis techniques in security informatics},
  author={Daniel Dajun Zeng and Wei Chang and Hsinchun Chen},
  journal={Proceedings. The 7th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (IEEE Cat. No.04TH8749)},
Security informatics is an emerging field of study focusing on the development and evaluation of advanced information technologies and systems for national and homeland security-related applications. Spatio-temporal hotspot analysis is an important component of security informatics since location and time are two critical aspects of most security-related events. The outputs of such analyses can provide useful information to guide the activities aimed at preventing, detecting, and responding to… CONTINUE READING
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