Alina Ristea
Alina Ristea
Assistant Professor, Department of Security and Crime Science, University College London
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei ucl.ac.uk
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Population at risk: Using areal interpolation and Twitter messages to create population models for burglaries and robberies
O Kounadi, A Ristea, M Leitner, C Langford
Cartography and geographic information science 45 (3), 205-220, 2018
382018
Beyond spatial proximity—classifying parks and their visitors in London based on spatiotemporal and sentiment analysis of Twitter data
A Kovacs-Györi, A Ristea, R Kolcsar, B Resch, A Crivellari, T Blaschke
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 7 (9), 378, 2018
362018
Estimating the spatial distribution of crime events around a football stadium from georeferenced tweets
A Ristea, J Kurland, B Resch, M Leitner, C Langford
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 7 (2), 43, 2018
312018
# London2012: Towards citizen-contributed urban planning through sentiment analysis of twitter data
A Kovacs-Gyori, A Ristea, C Havas, B Resch, P Cabrera-Barona
Urban Planning 3 (1), 75-99, 2018
282018
A systematic review on spatial crime forecasting
O Kounadi, A Ristea, A Araujo, M Leitner
Crime science 9, 1-22, 2020
272020
Spatial crime distribution and prediction for sporting events using social media
A Ristea, M Al Boni, B Resch, MS Gerber, M Leitner
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 34 (9), 1708-1739, 2020
232020
Using tweets to understand changes in the spatial crime distribution for hockey events in Vancouver
A Ristea, MA Andresen, M Leitner
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe Canadien 62 (3), 338-351, 2018
142018
Study on the influence of ground and satellite observations on the numerical air-quality for PM10 over Romanian territory
RC Dumitrache, A Iriza, BA Maco, CD Barbu, M Hirtl, S Mantovani, ...
Atmospheric Environment 143, 278-289, 2016
142016
Relationships between crime and Twitter activity around stadiums
A Ristea, C Langford, M Leitner
2017 25th International Conference on Geoinformatics, 1-5, 2017
132017
Exploring urban “Blightscapes” applying spatial video technology and geographic information system: A case study from Baton Rouge, USA
J Stratmann, A Ristea, M Leitner, G Paulus
Modern approaches to the visualization of landscapes, 499-517, 2020
112020
Opportunities and Challenges of Geospatial Analysis for Promoting Urban Livability in the Era of Big Data and Machine Learning
A Kovacs-Györi, A Ristea, C Havas, M Mehaffy, HH Hochmair, B Resch, ...
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 9 (12), 752, 2020
72020
Geosocial Media Data as Predictors in a GWR Application to Forecast Crime Hotspots (Short Paper)
A Ristea, O Kounadi, M Leitner
10th International Conference on Geographic Information Science (GIScience 2018), 2018
62018
Integration of Social Media in Spatial Crime Analysis and Prediction Models for Events.
A Ristea, M Leitner
Lex Comber and Nick Malleson (eds.): PhD School of the Association of …, 2017
62017
Opinion mining from Twitter and spatial crime distribution for hockey events in Vancouver
A Ristea, MA Andresen, M Leitner
21th AGILE Conference on Geographic Information Science, 2018
42018
Dynamic analysis for the management of stray dogs in Bucharest
AM Ristea
Cinq Continents 3 (7), 73-87, 2013
32013
Applying spatial video geonarratives and physiological measurements to explore perceived safety in Baton Rouge, Louisiana
A Ristea, M Leitner, B Resch, J Stratmann
International journal of environmental research and public health 18 (3), 1284, 2021
22021
Urban Crime Mapping and Analysis Using GIS
A Ristea, M Leitner
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 9 (9), 511, 2020
22020
Collecting and analyzing soccer-related graffiti with the spatial video technology and GIS: A case study in Krakow, Poland
MA Ristea
Urban Development Issues 62 (1), 61-73, 2019
22019
A diachronic approach of landscape changes. Case study: Morii Lake and its surroundings
MA Ristea
Urbanism. Arhitectură. Construcţii 4 (4), 39-56, 2013
22013
Vaccination Intentions Generate Racial Disparities in the Societal Persistence of COVID-19
Y Wang, A Ristea, M Amiri, D Dooley, S Gibbons, H Grabowski, ...
Available at SSRN 3827269, 2021
12021
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