Discovery of complex anomalous patterns of sexual violence in El Salvador

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De-Arteaga, Maria; Dubrawski, Artur;

When sexual violence is a product of organized crime or social imaginary, the links between sexual violence episodes can be understood as a latent structure. With this assumption in place, we can use data science to uncover complex patterns. In this paper we focus on th... View more
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