Unraveling the Enigma of Hoodlum Attacks: Improved Model Development and Responsible Conductors at the Halfway Exchange on Thursday

Unraveling the Enigma of Hoodlum Attacks: Improved Model Development and Responsible Conductors at the Halfway Exchange on Thursday


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  • Malakai Kaleb

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Abstract

This paper presents an improved model for understanding and predicting hoodlum attacks, with a focus on the Halfway Exchange on Thursday. Using a combination of statistical analysis, interviews with witnesses and victims, and on-the-ground observations, we have refined our understanding of the social and environmental factors that contribute to these incidents. We also explore the role of "responsible conductors" - individuals who can intervene in situations before they escalate into violence - and provide recommendations for how to identify and train these individuals. Our findings suggest that a multifaceted approach is necessary to address this complex issue, including community engagement, targeted policing strategies, and proactive efforts to promote positive social norms. By shedding light on the enigma of hoodlum attacks, this research can inform more effective and equitable policies and interventions to promote safety and well-being in urban communities.

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Malakai Kaleb "Unraveling the Enigma of Hoodlum Attacks: Improved Model Development and Responsible Conductors at the Halfway Exchange on Thursday".  IEEE Exploration in Machine Learning, 2021.

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Date of Release: 2021
Author(s): Malakai Kaleb.
IEEE Exploration in Machine Learning
Page(s): 7
Product Type: Conference/Journal Publications