Crime incidents embedding using restricted Boltzmann machines

28 Oct 2017 Shixiang Zhu Yao Xie

We present a new approach for detecting related crime series, by unsupervised learning of the latent feature embeddings from narratives of crime record via the Gaussian-Bernoulli Restricted Boltzmann Machines (RBM). This is a drastically different approach from prior work on crime analysis, which typically considers only time and location and at most category information... (read more)

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