São Paulo City Homicides and Their Surroundings: from Non-Negative Tensor Factorization to Pattern Identification
The type and pattern of crimes change considerably around São Paulo city, presenting regions where crimes occur with great frequency and are typically accompanied by gratuitous violence. Understanding the relationship between homicides and the characteristics of each region has long been a topic of research interest . [...]
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