George E. TITA
George E. TITA
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Self-exciting point process modeling of crime
GO Mohler, MB Short, PJ Brantingham, FP Schoenberg, GE Tita
Journal of the American Statistical Association 106 (493), 100-108, 2011
6772011
Spatial analyses of crime
L Anselin, J Cohen, D Cook, W Gorr, G Tita
Criminal justice 4 (2), 213-262, 2000
5832000
Diffusion in homicide: Exploring a general method for detecting spatial diffusion processes
J Cohen, G Tita
Journal of quantitative criminology 15 (4), 451-493, 1999
3251999
A statistical model of criminal behavior
MB Short, MR D'orsogna, VB Pasour, GE Tita, PJ Brantingham, ...
Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences 18 (supp01), 1249-1267, 2008
3202008
Randomized controlled field trials of predictive policing
GO Mohler, MB Short, S Malinowski, M Johnson, GE Tita, AL Bertozzi, ...
Journal of the American statistical association 110 (512), 1399-1411, 2015
2232015
An ecological study of the location of gang “set space”
GE Tita, J Cohen, J Engberg
Social problems 52 (2), 272-299, 2005
2122005
Crime and residential choice: a neighborhood level analysis of the impact of crime on housing prices
GE Tita, TL Petras, RT Greenbaum
Journal of quantitative criminology 22 (4), 299, 2006
2102006
Dissipation and displacement of hotspots in reaction-diffusion models of crime
MB Short, PJ Brantingham, AL Bertozzi, GE Tita
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (9), 3961-3965, 2010
2052010
Spatializing social networks: Using social network analysis to investigate geographies of gang rivalry, territoriality, and violence in Los Angeles
SM Radil, C Flint, GE Tita
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 100 (2), 307-326, 2010
1992010
Measuring and modeling repeat and near-repeat burglary effects
MB Short, MR D’orsogna, PJ Brantingham, GE Tita
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 25 (3), 325-339, 2009
1932009
Reducing gun violence: Results from an intervention in East Los Angeles
G Tita, KJ Riley, G Ridgeway, CA Grammich, A Abrahamse
Rand Corporation, 2011
1792011
The impact of gang formation on local patterns of crime
G Tita, G Ridgeway
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 44 (2), 208-237, 2007
1622007
Traveling to violence: The case for a mobility-based spatial typology of homicide
G Tita, E Griffiths
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 42 (3), 275-308, 2005
1392005
The ecology of gang territorial boundaries
PJ Brantingham, GE Tita, MB Short, SE Reid
Criminology 50 (3), 851-885, 2012
1282012
Spatializing the social networks of gangs to explore patterns of violence
GE Tita, SM Radil
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 27 (4), 521-545, 2011
1192011
The impact of violence surges on neighbourhood business activity
RT Greenbaum, GE Tita
Urban Studies 41 (13), 2495-2514, 2004
1182004
Human group formation in online guilds and offline gangs driven by a common team dynamic
NF Johnson, C Xu, Z Zhao, N Ducheneaut, N Yee, G Tita, PM Hui
Physical Review E 79 (6), 066117, 2009
1072009
Intergroup and intragroup violence: Is violent crime an expression of group conflict or social disorganization?
JR Hipp, GE Tita, LN Boggess
Criminology 47 (2), 521-564, 2009
1062009
Impact of social distancing during COVID-19 pandemic on crime in Los Angeles and Indianapolis
G Mohler, AL Bertozzi, J Carter, MB Short, D Sledge, GE Tita, CD Uchida, ...
Journal of Criminal Justice 68, 101692, 2020
932020
Crime mapping and hot spot analysis
L Anselin, E Griffiths, G Tita
Environmental criminology and crime analysis 6, 97, 2008
822008
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