Using Case-based Reasoning for Situation Classification on Campus Violence

@inproceedings{Nwiabu2014UsingCR,
  title={Using Case-based Reasoning for Situation Classification on Campus Violence},
  author={Nuka Nwiabu and Jackson Akpojaro},
  year={2014}
}
Controlling crimes in institutions of higher learning requires the ability of an in-depth analysis of the current situation. For understanding of the current situation and deducing consequences for taking actions, higher-level reasoning about the situation has to take place. In this paper, an approach for situation awareness for cult activities is presented. The approach uses case-based reasoning to predict the evolution of the current violence and to select the appropriate action. Casebased… CONTINUE READING
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