P. Jeffrey Brantingham Publications

 


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2007. Barton, L.W., P.J. Brantingham and D.X. Ji. Late Pleistocene Climate Change and Paleolithic Cultural Evolution in Northern China: Implications from the Last Glacial Maximum. In Late Quaternary Climate Change and Human Adaptation in Arid China edited by David B. Madsen, Chen Fahu and Gao Xing, pp. 105-128. Developments in Quaternary Science. Amsterdam: Elsevier. (pdf) 69796 downloads.

2012. Brantingham, P.J., G.E. Tita, M.B. Short and S. Reid, The Ecology of Gang Territorial Boundaries. Criminology 30:851-885. (pdf) 64524 downloads.

2010. P.A. Jones, P.J. Brantingham and L.R. Chayes. Statistical models of criminal behavior: The effects of law enforcement actions. M3AS 20 (Supplement): 1387-1423. (pdf) 51042 downloads.

2008. Brantingham, P.J. and G. Tita. Offender Mobility and Crime Pattern Formation from First Principles. In Artificial Crime Analysis Systems: Using Computer Simulations and Geographic Information Systems, edite by L. Liu and J. Eck. pp. 193-208. Hershey, PA: Idea Press. (pdf) 34011 downloads.

2007. Rhode, D.E., H.Y. Zhang, D.B. Madsen, X. Gao, P.J. Brantingham, H.Z. Ma, J.W. Olsen. Epipaleolithic/Early Neolithic Settlements at Qinghai Lake, western China. Journal of Archaeological Science. (pdf) 32384 downloads.

2000. P. Jeffrey Brantingham, John W. Olsen, J.A. Rech and Andrei I. Krivoshapkin, “Raw Material Quality and Prepared Core Technologies in Northeast Asia.” Journal of Archaeological Science 27(3): 255-271. (pdf) 30263 downloads.

2008. Short, M.B., M.R. D'Orsogna, V.B. Pasour, G.E. Tita, P.J. Brantingham, A.L. Bertozzi and L.B. Chayes. A Statistical Model of Criminal Behavior. M3AS: Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences 18 (suppl): 1249-1267. (pdf) 30103 downloads.

2007. Brantingham, P.J., T.A. Surovell and N.M. Waguespack. Modeling Post-depositional mixing of Archaeological Deposits. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology. 26:517-540. (pdf) 28004 downloads.

2003. P. Jeffrey Brantingham. "A Neutral Model of Stone Raw Material Procurement." American Antiquity 68(3): 487-509. (pdf) 26235 downloads.

2007. Brantingham, P.J., X. Gao, J.W. Olsen, H.Z. Ma, D. Rhode, H.Y. Zhang, and D.B. Madsen. A Short Chronology for the Peopling of the Tibetan Plateau. In Late Quaternary Climate Change and Human Adaptation in Arid China, edited by David B. Madsen, Chen Fahu and Gao Xing, pp. 129-150. Developments in Quaternary Science. Amsterdam: Elsevier. (pdf) 22666 downloads.

2004. A.I. Krivoshapkin and P.J. Brantingham. "The Lithic Industry of Obi-Rakhmat Grotto, Uzbekistan." In Actes du XIV Congres UISPP, 2-8 septembre 2001. BAR International series 1240. pp. 203-214. Liege: Universite de Liege. (pdf) 21933 downloads.

2007. Rhode,D., D.B. Madsen, P.J. Brantingham, Tsultrim Dargye. Yaks, Yak Dung and Prehistoric Human Occupation of the Tibetan Plateau. In Late Quaternary Climate Change and Human Adaptation in Arid China, edited by David B. Madsen, Chen Fahu and Gao Xing, pp. 205-226. Developments in Quaternary Science. Amsterdam: Elsevier. (pdf) 21915 downloads.

2006. Madsen, D.B., H.Z. Ma, P.J. Brantingham, X. Gao, D. Rhode, H.Y. Zhang, J.W. Olsen. The Late Upper Paleolithic Occupation of the Northern Tibetan Plateau Margin. Journal of Archaeological Science. 33:1433-1444. (pdf) 19958 downloads.

2011. Perreault, C. and P.J. Brantingham. Mobility-driven Cultural Transmission. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 30:62-68. (pdf) 19410 downloads.

2011. Mohler, G.O., M.B. Short, P.J. Brantingham, F.P. Schoenberg, and G.E. Tita, Self-exciting point process modeling of crime. Journal of the American Statistical Association 106(493):100-108. (pdf) 18908 downloads.

2010. Short, M. B., P. J. Brantingham, A. L. Bertozzi and G. E.Tita. Dissipation and Displacement of Hotspots in Reaction-Diffusion Models of Crime. PNAS. 107:3961-3965. (pdf) 18781 downloads.

2001. P. Jeffrey Brantingham, Andrei I. Krivoshapkin, Li Jinzeng and Ya. Tserendagva “The Initial Upper Paleolithic in Northeast Asia.” Current Anthropology 42: 735-747. (pdf) 18554 downloads.

2001. Goro Komatsu, P. Jeffrey Brantingham, John W. Olsen and Victor R. Baker. “Paleoshoreline geomorphology of Boon Tsagaan Nuur-Tsagaan Nuur system and Orog Nuur: The Valley of Lakes, Mongolia.” Geomorphology 39(3-4): 83-98. (pdf) 17893 downloads.

2010. Rhode, D., H. Ma, D. B. Madsen, P. J. Brantingham, S. L. Forman and J. W. Olsen. Paleoenvironmental and Archaeological Investigations at Qinghai Lake, Western China: Geomorphic and Chronometric Evidence of Lake Level History. Quaternary International 218:29-44. (pdf) 17562 downloads.

2001. P. Jeffrey Brantingham and Steven L. Kuhn. “Constraints on Levallois Core Technology: A Mathematical Model.” Journal of Archaeological Science 28:747-761. (pdf) 17262 downloads.

2006. Brantigham, J., and X. Gao. Peopling of the Northern Tibetan Plateau. World Archaeology 38:387-414. (pdf) 17167 downloads.

2006. Brantingham, P.J. Measuring Forager Mobility. Current Anthropology. 47(3):435-459. (pdf) 16208 downloads.

2000. A.P. Derevianko, J.W. Olsen, D. Tseveendorj, A.I. Krivoshapkin, V.T. Petrin, and P.J. Brantingham. “The Stratified Cave Site of Tsagaan Agui in the Gobi Altai (Mongolia).”  Archaeology, Ethnology & Anthropology of Eurasia 1: 23-36. (pdf) 16110 downloads.

1998. David B. Madsen, Li Jingzen, Robert G. Elston Xu Cheng, Robert L. Bettinger, Geng Kan, P. Jeff Brantingham and Zhong Kan. “The Loess/Paleosol Record and the Nature of the Younger Dryas Climate in Central China.” Geoarchaeology 13(8):847-869. (pdf) 15270 downloads.

2008. Madsen, D.B., H.Z. Ma, D. Rhode, P.J. Brantingham, S.L. Forman. Age Constraints on the Late Quaternary Evolution of Qinghai Lake, Tibetan Plateau. Quaternary Research. 69: 316-325. (pdf) 13901 downloads.

2009. Surovell, T. A., J. Finley, G. M. Smith, P. J. Brantingham and R. L. Kelly. Correcting Temporal Frequency Distributions for Taphonomic Bias. Journal of Archaeological Science. 36:1715-1734. (pdf) 13764 downloads.

1998. P. Jeffrey Brantingham, “Hominid-Carnivore Coevolution and Invasion of the Predatory Guild.” Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 17(4): 327-353. (pdf) 13632 downloads.

1998. P. Jeffrey Brantingham, “Mobility, Competition and Plio-Pleistocene Hominid Foraging Groups.” Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 5(1): 57-98. (pdf) 13440 downloads.

2002. Robert G. Elston and P. Jeffrey Brantingham. “Microlithic Technology in Northeast Asia: A Risk Minimizing Strategy of the Late Paleolithic and Early Holocene. In R.G. Elston and S.L. Kuhn (eds). Thinking Small: Global Perspectives on Microlithization. pp. 103-116. Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association Number 12. (pdf) 13291 downloads.

2007. Brantingham, P.J. A Unified Evolutionary Model of Style and Function Based on the Price Equation. American Antiquity. 72:395-416. (pdf) 12965 downloads.

2009. Short, M. B., M. R. D'Orsogna, P. J. Brantingham and G. Tita. Measuring and modeling repeat and near-repeat burglary effects. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 25:325-339. (pdf) 12709 downloads.

2003. D.B. Madsen, Chen Fahu, C.G. Oviatt, Zhu Yan, P.J. Brantingham, R.G. Elston and R.L. Bettinger
Late Pleistocene/Holocene wetland events recorded in Tengger Desert lake sediments, NW China. Chinese Science Bulletin 48:1423-1428.
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1997. Robert G. Elston, Xu Cheng, David B. Madsen, Zhong Kan, Robert L. Bettinger, Li Jingzen, Paul J. Brantingham, Wang Huiming, and Yu Jun. “New dates for the North Chinese Mesolithic.” Antiquity 71:985-993. (pdf) 11480 downloads.

2007. Surovell, T. A. and P.J. Brantingham. A Note on the Use of Temporal Frequency Distributions in Studies of Prehistoric Demography. Journal of Archaeological Science 34: 1868-1877. (pdf) 11471 downloads.

2010. Brantingham, P.J. The Mathematics of Chaînes Opératoires. In New Perspectives on Old Stones: Analytical Approaches to Palaeolithic Technologies, edited by Stephen J. Lycett and Parth R. Chauhan, pp. 183-206. New York, Springer Press. (pdf) 11279 downloads.

2010. Brantingham, P.J., and C. Perreault. Detecting the Effects of Selective and Stochastic Forces in Archaeological Assemblages. Journal of Archaeological Science 37:3211-3225. (pdf) 11155 downloads.

2001. P. Jeffrey Brantingham review of "Aurignacian Lithic Economy: Ecological Perspectives from Southwestern France" by Brooke S. Blades. Journal of Field Archaeology 28: 211-214. (pdf) 10257 downloads.

2003. P. Jeffrey Brantingham, Ma Haizhou, John W. Olsen, Gao Xing, David B. Madsen, David E. Rhode. “Speculation on the timing and nature of Late Pleistocene hunter-gatherer colonization of the Tibetan Plateau.” Chinese Science Bulletin 48:1510-1516. (pdf) 9643 downloads.

2010. Short, M.B., A.L. Bertozzi, and P.J. Brantingham, Nonlinear patterns in urban crime - Hotspots, bifurcations, and suppression. SIAM Journal of Applied Dynamical Systems (SIADS) 9(2):462-483. (pdf) 9555 downloads.

2013. Brantingham, P.J., Prey Selection Among Los Angeles Car Thieves. Crime Science Journal 2:3. (pdf) 9259 downloads.

2001. David B. Madsen, Li Jinzeng, P. Jeffrey Brantingham, Gao Xing, Robert G. Elston and Robert L. Bettinger. “Dating Shuidonggou and the Upper Paleolithic Blade Industry in North China.” Antiquity 75: 706-716. (pdf) 8957 downloads.

2004. P. Jeffrey Brantingham, Kristopher W. Kerry, Andrei I. Krivoshapkin and Yaroslav V. Kuzmin. “Time-Space Dynamics in the Early Upper Paleolithic of Northeast Asia.” In David B. Madsen (ed.) Entering America: Northeast Asia and Beringia Before the Last Glacial Maximum. pp. 255-283. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press. (pdf) 8911 downloads.

2014. Madsen, D.B., C.G. Oviatt, Y.Zhu, P.J. Brantingham, R.G. Elston, F.H. Chen, R.L. Bettinger, and D.E. Rhode. The early appearance of Shuidonggou core-and-blade technology in north China: Implications for the spread of Anatomically Modern Humans in northeast Asia? Quaternary International. in press. (pdf) 8811 downloads.

2001. P. Jeffrey Brantingham, John W. Olsen and George B. Schaller.  “Lithic Assemblages from the Chang Tang Region, Northern Tibet.” Antiquity 75:319-327. (pdf) 8574 downloads.

2004. Anatoly P. Derevianko, P.Jeffrey Brantingham, John W. Olsen, and D. Tseveendorj. “Initial Upper Paleolithic Blade Industries from the North-Central Gobi Desert, Mongolia. In P.J. Brantingham, S.L. Kuhn and K.W. Kerry (eds.) The Early Upper Paleolithic Beyond Western Europe. pp. 207-222. Berkeley: University of California Press. (pdf) 8452 downloads.

2005. Surovell, T., N. Waguespack and P. J. Brantingham. "Global archaeological evidence for proboscidean overkill." PNAS: 102: 6231-6236. (pdf) 8431 downloads.

2003. D. Rhode, D.B. Madsen, P.J. Brantingham and T. Goebel. "Human occupation of the Beringian 'Mammoth Steppe': starved for fuel or dung-burner's paradise?" Current Research in the Pleistocene 20: 68-70. (pdf) 8410 downloads.

2010. M.B. Short, P.J. Brantingham, and M.R. D'Orsogna. Cooperation and punishment in an adversarial game: How defectors pave the way to peaceful society. Physical Review E 82:66114-1-7. (pdf) 8368 downloads.

2010. P.J. Brantingham review of “The Paleolithic Settlement of Asia” by Robin Dennell 2009, in Geoarchaeology 25(5): 668-670. (pdf) 8350 downloads.

2004. P. Jeffrey Brantingham, Gao Xing, David B. Madsen, Robert L. Bettinger and Robert G. Elston “The Initial Upper Paleolithic at Shuidonggou, Northwestern China”. In P.J. Brantingham, S.L. Kuhn and K.W. Kerry (eds.) The Early Upper Paleolithic Beyond Western Europe. pp. 223-241. Berkeley: University of California Press. (pdf) 8342 downloads.

2013. Madsen, D.B., Z. P. Lai, Y.J. , Sun, D. Rhode, X.J. Liu, and P.J. Brantingham, Late Quaternary Qaidam Lake Histories and Implications for an MIS 3 "Greatest Lakes" Period in Northwest China. Journal of Paleolimnology 51(2):161-177. (pdf) 8313 downloads.

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2004. P. Jeffrey Brantingham, Steven L. Kuhn and Krisopher W. Kerry. "On the difficulty of the Middle-Upper Paleolithic Transitions." In P.J. Brantingham, S.L. Kuhn and K.W. Kerry (eds.) The Early Upper Paleolithic Beyond Western Europe. pp. 1-13. Berkeley: University of California Press. (pdf) 8167 downloads.

2002. Gao Xing, Li Jingzen, David B. Madsen, P. Jeffrey Brantingham, Robert G. Elston, and Robert L. Bettinger. 2002. "New 14C dates for Shuidonggou and Related Discussions." Acta Anthropologica Sinica (Ren Lei Xue Xue Bao) 21: 211-218. (in Chinese). (pdf) 8053 downloads.

2004. P. Jeffrey Brantingham, Steven L. Kuhn and Kristoper W. Kerry. “The Early Upper Paleolithic and Modern Human Behavior.” In P.J. Brantingham, S.L. Kuhn and K.W. Kerry (eds.) The Early Upper Paleolithic Beyond Western Europe. pp. 242-248. Berkeley: University of California Press. (pdf) 7980 downloads.

2010. Brantingham, P.J., D. Rhode, and D.B. Madsen. "Archaeology Augments Tibet's Genetic History". Science (Letters) 329: 1467-68. Correction in Vol 430. (pdf) 7675 downloads.

2013. McCalla, S.V., M.B. Short, and P.J. Brantingham, The Effects of Sacred Value Networks Within an Evolutionary, Adversarial Game. Journal of Statistical Physics 151(3-4):673-688. (pdf) 7651 downloads.

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2014. Cho, Y.S., A. Galstyan, J. Brantingham, G. Tita. Latent Self-Exciting Models for Spatial-Temporal Processes for Spatio-Temporal Networks. Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems 19(5): 1335-1354. (pdf) 7471 downloads.

2012. Smith, L.M., A.L. Bertozzi, P.J. Brantingham, G.E. Tita, and M. Valasik, Adaptation of an Animal Territory Model to Street Gang Spatial Patterns in Los Angeles. Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems. 32:3223-3244. (pdf) 6905 downloads.

2011. E. Lewis, G. Mohler, P.J. Brantingham, A. Bertozzi, Self-Exciting Point Process Models of Civilian Deaths in Iraq, Security Journal 25:244-264 (pdf) 6739 downloads.

2013. Van Gennip, Y., B. Hunter, R. Ahn, P. Elliot, K. Luh, M. Halvorson, S. Reid, M. Valaski, J. Wo, G.E. Tita, A.L. Bertozzi, and P.J. Brantingham, Community detection using spectral clustering on sparse geosocial data. Siam Journal of Applied Mathematics (SIAP) 73:67-83. (pdf) 6402 downloads.

2014. Short, M.B., G.O. Mohler, P.J. Brantingham, and G.E. Tita, Gang Rivalry Dynamics Via Couple Point Process Networks. Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems 19(5): 1459-1477. (pdf) 6095 downloads.

2013. Brantingham, P.J., X. Gao, D.B. Madsen, D. Rhode, C. Perreault, J. van der Woerd and J.W. Olsen, Late Occupation of the High-Elevation Northern Tibetan Plateau based on Cosmogenic, Luminescence, and Radiocarbon Ages. Geoarchaeology 28 (5):413-431. (pdf) 5725 downloads.

2014. Woodworth,J.T., G.O. Mohler, A.L. Bertozzi and P.J. Brantingham. Nonlocal Crime Density Estimation Incorporating Housing Information. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 372:20130403. (pdf) 5206 downloads.

2013. Perreault,C., P.J. Brantingham, S. Kuhn, S.Wurz , X. Gao, Measuring the Complexity of Lithic Technology. Current Anthropology 54(S8):S397-S406. (pdf) 4887 downloads.

2014. Rhode, D.E., P.J. Brantingham, C. Perreault, D.B. Madsen. Mind the Gaps: Testing for Hiatuses in Regional Radiocarbon Date Sequences. Journal of Archaeological Science 52:567-677. (pdf) 3743 downloads.

2016. Brantingham, P.J. Crime Diversity. Criminology. 54:553-586. (pdf) 3504 downloads.

2015. Mohler, G.O., M.B. Short, S. Malinowski, M. Johnson, G.E. Tita, A.L. Bertozzi, and P.J Brantingham. Randomized controlled field trials of predictive policing. Journal of the American Statistical Association 110(512): 399-1411. (pdf) 3376 downloads.

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2017. Brantingham, P.J., N. Sundback, B. Yuan, K. Chan. GRYD Intervention Incident Response & Gang Crime: 2017 Evaluation Report. (pdf) 3040 downloads.

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2016. Lai, E., D. Moyer, B. Yuan, E. Fox, B. Hunter, A.L. Bertozzi, and P.J. Brantingham, Topic Time Series Analysis of Microblogs, IMA Journal of Applied Mathematics 81(3):409-431. (pdf) 2276 downloads.

2016. Perreault C., M.T. Boulanger, A.M. Hudson, D. Rhode, D.B. Madsen, J.W. Olsen, M.L. Steffen, J. Quade, M.D. Glascock, and P.J. Brantingham. Characterization of obsidian from the Tibetan Plateau by XRF and NAA. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 5:392-9. (pdf) 2103 downloads.

2017. Madsen, David B., Charles Perreault, David Rhode, Yongjuan Sun, Mingjie Yi, Katherine Brunson, and P. Jeffrey Brantingham. Early foraging settlement of the Tibetan Plateau highlands. Archaeological Research in Asia in press. (pdf) 2103 downloads.

2018. Brantingham, P.J. The Logic of Data Bias and Its Impact on Place-Based Predictive Policing. Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law. 15(473):473-486. (pdf) 1983 downloads.

2018. Mohler, G., R. Raje, M. Valasik, J. Carter, and P. J. Brantingham. A penalized likelihood method for balancing accuracy and fairness in predictive policing. IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics IEEE Confernece on Systems, Man and Cybernetics(SMC2018). (pdf) 1541 downloads.

2018. Brantingham, P.J., M. Valasik, G.O. Mohler. Does Predictive Policing Lead to Biased Arrests? Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial. Statistics and Public Policy. 5(1):1-6. (pdf) 1501 downloads.

2014. Zhang, C., A.X. Jiang, M.B. Short, P.J. Brantingham, and M. Tambe. Defending against opportunistic criminals: New game-theoretic frameworks and algorithms. In GameSec: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: Springer. (pdf) 1430 downloads.

2017. Kuang, D., P.J. Brantingham, A.L. Bertozzi. Crime Topic Modeling. Crime Science. 6(12):1-20 (pdf) 1158 downloads.

2018. Seo, S., H. Chan, P.J. Brantingham, J. Leap, P. Vayanos, M. Tambe and Y. Liu. Partially Generative Neural Networks for Gang Crime Classification with Partial Information. AAAI ACM Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Ethics and Society. (pdf) 971 downloads.

2018. Mohler, G., and P.J. Brantingham. Privacy preserving, crowd sourced crime Hawkes processes. SocialSens 2018. (pdf) 892 downloads.

2018. Meyer, T.R., D. Balague, M. Camacho-Collados, H. Li, K. Khuu, P.J. Brantingham, A.L. Bertozzi. A year in Madrid as described through the analysis of geotagged Twitter data. Environment and Planning B. 46(9), 1724–1740. (pdf) 871 downloads.

2020. Sha, H. Al Hasan, M., Mohler, G. and Brantingham, P.J. Dynamic topic modeling of the COVID-19 Twitter narrative among U.S. governors and cabinet executives. 5th International Workshop on Social Sensing (SocialSens 2020). (pdf) 652 downloads.

2020. Brantingham,P.J., Yuan, B., and Herz, D. Is Gang Violent Crime More Contagious than Non-gang Violent Crime? Journal of Quantitative Criminology. in press. (pdf) 441 downloads.

2019. Brantingham, P.J., M. Valasik, and G.E. Tita. Competitive dominance, gang size and the directionality of gang violence. Crime Science 8(1), 7. (pdf) 375 downloads.

2019. Mohler, G., P.J. Brantingham, J. Carter, M.B. Short. Reducing bias in estimates of the law of crime concentration. Journal of Quantitative Criminology. 35:747–765 (pdf) 367 downloads.

2020. Cooney, S., W. Gomez, K. Wang, J. Leap, P.J. Brantingham, and M. Tambe. 2020. Mobile Game Theory with Street Gangs. P. Cellier and K. Driessens (eds). Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery in Databases . ECML PKDD 2019. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 1167. Springer, Cham (pdf) 343 downloads.

2018. Meng, Z., J. Sanchez, J-M. Morel, A.L. Bertozzi, P.J. Brantingham, Ego-motion Classification for Body-worn Videos. Proceedings of the 2016 Conference on Imaging, vision and learning based on optimization and PDEs, Bergen, Norway. pp. 221-239. (pdf) 300 downloads.

2019. Yuan, B., H. Li, A.L. Bertozzi, P.J. Brantingham, M.A. Porter. Spatiotemporal Hawkes Processes and Network Reconstruction. SIAM Journal on Mathematics of Data Science. 1(2): 356-382. (pdf) 294 downloads.

2020. Mohler, G., Bertozzi, A.L., Carter, J., Short, M.B., Sledge, D., Tita, G.E., Uchida, C.D., Brantingham, P.J. Impact of social distancing during COVID-19 pandemic on crime in Los Angeles and Indianapolis. Journal of Criminal Justice. 68:101692. (pdf) 246 downloads.

2020. Yu, S.X., K. Zhou, P.J. Brantingham, Y. Vorobeychik. Computing Equilibria in Binary Networked Public Goods Games. AAAI2020 in press. (pdf) 228 downloads.

2020. Pandey, R., Brantingham, P.J., Uchida, C., and Mohler, G. Building knowledge graphs of homicide investigation chronologies. International Workshop on Mining and Learning in the Legal Domain (MLLD-2020). (pdf) 181 downloads.

2020. Wen, S., Chen, A., Bhatia, T., Liskij, N., Hyde, D., Bertozzi, A.L., and Brantingham, P.J., Analyzing Effectiveness of Gang Interventions using Koopman Operator Theory, IEEE BIGDATA Data Science for Smart and Connected Cities Workshop. (pdf) 175 downloads.

2020. Wu, R., Yang, C., Hyde, D., Bertozzi, A.L., and Brantingham, P.J., Emotion Classification and Textual Clustering Techniques for Gang Intervention Data, IEEE BIGDATA Data Science for Smart and Connected Cities Workshop. (pdf) 165 downloads.

2021. Park, J.H., Schoenberg, F.P., Bertozzi, A.L., Brantingham, P.J. Investigating clustering and violence interruption in gang-related violent crime data using spatial-temporal point processes with covariates. Journal of the American Statistical Association. in press. (pdf) 144 downloads.

2021. Brantingham, P.J., Tita, G.E., Herz, D. The Impact of the City of Los Angeles Mayor’s Office of Gang Reduction and Youth Development (GRYD) Comprehensive Strategy on Crime in the City of Los Angeles. Justice Evaluation Journal. in press. (pdf) 138 downloads.

2020. Alaverdian, M., Gilroy, W., Kirgios, V., Li, X., Matuk, C., McKenzie, D., Ruangkriengsin, T., Bertozzi, A.L., and Brantingham, P.J. Who killed Lilly Kane? A case study in applying knowledge graphs to crime fiction, IEEE BIGDATA Graph Techniques for Adversarial Activity Analytics (GTA3 4.0). (pdf) 134 downloads.

2021. Brantingham, P.J., and Uchida, C.D. Public Cooperation and the Police: Do Calls-For-Service Increase After Homicides? Journal of Criminal Justice. in press. (pdf) 132 downloads.

2021. Brantingham, P.J., Tita, G.E., Mohler G. Gang-related crime in Los Angeles remained stable following COVID-19 social distancing orders. Criminology & Public Policy. in press. (pdf) 131 downloads.

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2018. Wang, B., X. Luo, F. Zhang, B. Yuan, A.L. Bertozzi, P.J. Brantingham. Graph-Based Deep Modeling and Real Time Forecasting of Sparse Spatio-Temporal Data. Workshop on Mining and Learning from Timeseries Data (MiLeTS 18). (pdf)

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