Finding criminal suspects by improving the accuracy of similarity measurement

@article{Zhou2012FindingCS,
  title={Finding criminal suspects by improving the accuracy of similarity measurement},
  author={Xianshan Zhou and Guangzhu Yu},
  journal={2012 9th International Conference on Fuzzy Systems and Knowledge Discovery},
  year={2012},
  pages={1145-1149}
}
Clustering technique was introduced to the field of crime data analysis for finding suspects, but traditional clustering methods used in existing application systems do not provide enough accuracy to meet the high requirements of police work. To solve the problem of low accuracy, we propose a hybrid similarity measurement, i.e., Segmented Multiple-Metric Similarity Measurement (SMMSM). In our method, compensation relationships among attributes are analyzed, attributes are grouped into multiple… CONTINUE READING

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