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
Spatial analyses of crime
L Anselin, J Cohen, D Cook, W Gorr, G Tita
Criminal justice 4 (2), 213-262, 2000
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
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
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
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
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), 299-317, 2006
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
An ecological study of the location of gang “set space”
GE Tita, J Cohen, J Engberg
Social problems 52 (2), 272-299, 2005
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
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
Reducing gun violence: Results from an intervention in East Los Angeles
G Tita, KJ Riley, G Ridgeway, CA Grammich, A Abrahamse
Rand Corporation, 2011
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
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
The ecology of gang territorial boundaries
PJ Brantingham, GE Tita, MB Short, SE Reid
Criminology 50 (3), 851-885, 2012
Spatializing the social networks of gangs to explore patterns of violence
GE Tita, SM Radil
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 27 (4), 521-545, 2011
The impact of violence surges on neighbourhood business activity
RT Greenbaum, GE Tita
Urban Studies 41 (13), 2495-2514, 2004
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
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
Drive-bys and trade-ups: Examining the directionality of the crime and residential instability relationship
JR Hipp, GE Tita, RT Greenbaum
Social Forces 87 (4), 1778-1812, 2009
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