A social media and crowdsourcing data mining system for crime prevention during and post-crisis situations

@article{Domdouzis2016ASM,
  title={A social media and crowdsourcing data mining system for crime prevention during and post-crisis situations},
  author={Konstantinos Domdouzis and Babak Akhgar and Simon Andrews and Helen Gibson and Laurence Hirsch},
  journal={J. Syst. Inf. Technol.},
  year={2016},
  volume={18},
  pages={364-382}
}
Purpose A number of crisis situations, such as natural disasters, have affected the planet over the past decade. The outcomes of such disasters are catastrophic for the infrastructures of modern societies. Furthermore, after large disasters, societies come face-to-face with important issues, such as the loss of human lives, people who are missing and the increment of the criminality rate. In many occasions, they seem unprepared to face such issues. This paper aims to present an… 

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