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A Study on Risk Evaluation of Crime in the Seoul Metropolitan Area based on Poisson Regression Model
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A Study on Risk Evaluation of Crime in the Seoul Metropolitan Area based on Poisson Regression Model
Kim, Hag-Yeol; Yu, Hye-Kyung; Park, Man-Sik; Heo, Tae-Young;
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 Abstract
In this study, we identify the variables that affect the number of crime and spatial correlation in the Seoul metropolitan area, in addition, we measure the relative risk on the incidence of crime by a Poisson regression model. We suggest a statistical methodology to make a risk map for crime based on relative risk instead of the total event of crime by region using the Geographic Information System. To demonstrate the use and advantages of this methodology, this study presents an analyses of the total crime count in 25 wards in the Seoul metropolitan area.
 Keywords
Poisson regression model;crime risk;Bayesian;geographic information system;
 Language
Korean
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