Tagging Banksy: using geographic profiling to investigate a modern art mystery

@article{Hauge2016TaggingBU,
  title={Tagging Banksy: using geographic profiling to investigate a modern art mystery},
  author={Michelle V. Hauge and M. D. Stevenson and D. Rossmo and S. C. Le Comber},
  journal={Journal of Spatial Science},
  year={2016},
  volume={61},
  pages={185 - 190}
}
The pseudonymous artist Banksy is one of the UK’s most successful contemporary artists, but his identity remains a mystery. Here, we use a Dirichlet process mixture (DPM) model of geographic profiling, a mathematical technique developed in criminology and finding increasing application within ecology and epidemiology, to analyse the spatial patterns of Banksy artworks in Bristol and London. The model takes as input the locations of these artworks, and calculates the probability of ‘offender… Expand
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