Information Systems and Technology (CGU)
Databases and Information Systems | Theory and Algorithms
We are developing an automated crime reporting and investigative interview system. The system incorporates cognitive interview techniques to maximize witness memory recall, and information extraction technology to extract and annotate crime entities from witness narratives and interview responses. Evaluations of the IE components of the system show that it captures 70 to 77% of information from witness narratives with 93 to 100% precision. Our development goal is for the system to approximate progressively the performance effectiveness of a human investigative interviewer and to generate graphical visualizations of crime report information.
© 2008 Alicia Iriberri, Chih Hao Ku, and Gondy Leroy
A. Iriberri, C.H. Ku , and G.Leroy, Enabling Synergy between Psychology and Natural Language Processing for e-Government: Crime Reporting and Investigative Interview System, Ninth International Conference on Digital Government Research (DG.O 2008), May 18-21, 2008, Montreal, Canada.