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AICAMS: artificial intelligence crime analysis and management system

AICAMS: artificial intelligence crime analysis and management system,10.1016/S0950-7051(98)00064-1,Knowledge Based Systems,John W. Brahan,Kai P. Lam,H

AICAMS: artificial intelligence crime analysis and management system   (Citations: 14)
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Expert systems and artificial intelligence technologies have a significant role to play in the development of tools to support police operations. Systems have been successfully demonstrated in the areas of breaking and entering, criminal profiling, tracking serial criminals and others. In this paper, we describe the development of a system that will support police investigations in several crime areas. The methodology has been adapted from that used in several North American breaking and entering projects, to meet the requirements of the Hong Kong police. The system is initially rule-based, with provisions for investigating machine-learning and neural network techniques to improve performance and makes extensive use of existing data sources. The development of the initial demonstration system is described and the methodology is discussed.
Journal: Knowledge Based Systems - KBS , vol. 11, no. 5-6, pp. 355-361, 1998
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    • ...Such databases are kernel to advanced intelligence analysis tools [30], expert systems [5], [6], and data mining-enabled systems [1]...

    Paul Jen-Hwa Huet al. Law enforcement officers' acceptance of advanced e-government technolo...

    • ...Expert systems that use rule-based information have also been developed to assist in knowledge-intensive applications [3, 4]. For instance, COPLINK has been developed at the University of Arizona’s Artificial Intelligence Lab in collaboration with the Tucson Police Department (TPD) and the Phoenix Police Department (PPD)...

    Patrick S. Chen. Discovering Investigation Clues through Mining Criminal Databases

    • ...This system can help the police to locate or narrow down potential suspects [6]...
    • ...As far as we can search from the literature, there are only a few research articles [2]–[6] that deal with face sketch input...
    • ...Brahan et al. [6] developed a computerized face sketch construction system...
    • ...Fig. 1(b) shows a sketch sample generated by an artificial intelligence crime analysis and management system (AICAMS) [6] using facial primitives, as shown in Fig. 1(a)...
    • ...In AICAMS-FIT [6], the user is allowed to select from around 100 choices of each “common” facial feature...
    • ...Six researchers were asked to construct a sketch, given a mug shot using the AICAMS-FIT [6] sketch construction software...
    • ...The authors would like to thank the Chinese University of Hong Kong for the software AICAMS-FIT [6], the Army Research laboratory for the FERET database, and Omorn Corporation for the Japanese database...

    Pong Chi Yuenet al. Human Face Image Searching System Using Sketches

    • ...Conversion of information into electronic records, instant retrieval, and visualization of integrated information onto one screen have influenced the design of new systems (Brahan et al. 1998...

    Sultan M. Al-daihaniet al. A study of the information literacy capabilities of the Kuwaiti police...

    • ...Although this application is very important in law enforcement, to the best of our knowledge, there are only a few research articles [2-6] addressing this problem...
    • ...A computerized system for the sketch construction [6] has been developed and employed in Hong Kong Police Force...
    • ...The sketch construction software being used in Hong Kong police force [6] allows user to select from around 100 choices for each facial primitive...

    Pong Chi Yuenet al. Enhanced Human Face Image Searching System using Relevance Feedback

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