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Content material:
Foreword

, Pages xiii-xiv
Preface

, Pages xv-xxiii
Introduction

, Pages xxv-xxxi
1 - Basics

, Pages 3-18
2 - area Expertise

, Pages 19-24
3 - info Mining

, Pages 25-41
4 - method versions for info Mining and Analysis

, Pages 45-66
5 - Data

, Pages 67-92
6 - Operationally suitable Preprocessing

, Pages 93-115
7 - Predictive Analytics

, Pages 117-141
8 - Public Safety-Specific Evaluation

, Pages 143-163
9 - Operationally Actionable Output

, Pages 165-174
10 - general Crime

, Pages 177-185
11 - Behavioral research of Violent Crime

, Pages 187-213
12 - threat and danger Assessment

, Pages 215-235
13 - Deployment

, Pages 239-265
14 - Surveillance Detection

, Pages 267-298
15 - complicated Topics

, Pages 301-313
16 - destiny Trends

, Pages 315-321
Index

, Pages 323-332

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For example, some software tools actually include expert settings that allow the user to shift this balance in favor of a more accurate or transparent model. By using these tools, the analyst can adjust the settings to achieve the best balance between accuracy and interpretability of a model for a specific need and situation. 8 17 Input/Output Similarly, it is important to consider what data are available, when they are available, and what outputs have value. While this concept might seem simple, it can be extremely elusive in practice.

Unfortunately, many of these fears were based on a misunderstanding of the Total Information Awareness system (TIA, later changed to the Terrorism Information Awareness system), which promised to combine and integrate wide-ranging data and information systems from both the public and private sectors in an effort to identify possible terrorists. Originally developed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), this program was ultimately dismantled, due at least in part to the public outcry and concern regarding potential abuses of private information.

Unfortunately, many of these fears were based on a misunderstanding of the Total Information Awareness system (TIA, later changed to the Terrorism Information Awareness system), which promised to combine and integrate wide-ranging data and information systems from both the public and private sectors in an effort to identify possible terrorists. Originally developed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), this program was ultimately dismantled, due at least in part to the public outcry and concern regarding potential abuses of private information.

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