Date of Graduation
Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources
Industrial and Managements Systems Engineering
Rashpal Singh Ahluwalia.
Lot of research is being done to improve the utilization of crime data. This thesis deals with the design and implementation of a crime database and associated search methods to identify crime patterns from the database. The database was created in Microsoft SQL Server (back end). The user interface (front end) and the crime pattern identification software (middle tier) were implemented in ASP.NET. Such a web based approach enables the user to utilize the database from anywhere and at anytime. A general ARFF file can also be generated, for the user in Windows based format to use other Data Mining software such as WEKA for detailed analysis. Further, an effective navigation was provided to make use of the software in a user friendly way.
Padhye, Manoday D., "Use of data mining for investigation of crime patterns" (2006). Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports. 1781.