Malleson, N. and Andresen, M.A. (2016) Exploring the Impact of Ambient Population Measures on Crime Hotspots. Paper presented at the Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA, USA, 29 March – 2 April 2016. [PDF]
Clarke, M. and N. Malleson (2016). Validating the veracity of spatially referenced consumer related data sets. Paper presented at the Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA, USA, 29 March – 2 April 2016.
Thomas, R., A. Heppenstall, N. Malleson, A. Evans (2015) A relationship in 140 characters: Can Twitter provide an insight into domestic abuse? Paper presented at the Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL, USA, 21-25 April 2015.
Malleson, N. and M. Birkin. (2014) New Insights into Individual Activity Spaces using Crowd-Sourced Big Data. Paper presented at the 2014 BigData conference, Stanford, CA, USA, 27-31 May. [paper (pdf)][slides (html)]. (Papers from the conference are now available on the ase360 page)
The analysis/prediction of burglaries and use of agent based simulation for crime reduction (by Nick Malleson, Nick Addis & Andrew Evans). Presentation to the Operational Research Society Crime and Justice Special Interest Group, Home Office, London, 24th June 2013. Slides are available here.
Optimising an Agent-Based Model to Explore the Behaviour of Simulated Burglars. Presentation to GISrUK 2013 conference, Liverpool, April 2013. Slides and abstract can be downloaded: GISrUK 2013 Abstract, GISrUK 2013 Presentation
Estimating Individual Behaviour from Massive Social Data for An Urban Agent-Based Model. Paper presented at the 8th conference of the European Social Simulation Association (ESSA), September 2012. The slides are available here and the video below shows a prototype of the simulation in action. There is also an exteded abstract (pdf).
Exploring Metropolitan Dynamics with an Agent-Based Model Calibrated using Social Network Data. Paper presented at the Royal Geographical Society Annual International Conference, Edinburgh 2012 (July). The slides are available here.
Applying geographical clustering methods and identifying individual behaviour with geo-located open micro-blog posts. Paper presented with Andy Turner at GISRUK 2012. The presentation is available here and paper (under development) is here.
Understanding Crime Context with Novel Geo-Spatial Data. Presentation to the Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting, New York, February 2012. Available here.
Microscopic simulations of complex metropolitan dynamics. ComplexCity workshop, 5th-6th December, Amsterdam. Paper available here.
Using Simulation to Predict Prospective Burglary Rates in Leeds and Vancouver. Paper presented at the 7th National Crime Mapping Conference, Manchester, UK, 7th-8th May 2009. Download presentation or abstract.
Improving Burglary Reduction Initiatives through a Realistic Agent-Based Model. Paper presented at the British Society of Criminology Conference, University of Huddersfield, UK, 9-11 June 2008. Download presentation.
Realistic Crime Simulation: Predicting crime rates through a sound model of offender behaviour coupled with an accurate virtual environment. Paper presented at the NCeSS Fourth International Conference on e-Social Science, Manchester, UK, 18-20 June 2008. Download presentation.
Human Behaviour in an Agent-Based Model of Burglary. Paper presented at GeoComputation 2007, 3-5 Setember, NUI Maynooth, Ireland.
An Agent-Based Model of Crime in Leeds. Paper presented at the RGS-IBG International Conference 2007, 29-31 August 2007.
Human Behaviour in an Agent-Based Model of Burglary. Paper presented at Environment 2007, University of Leeds, 2nd July 2007.
Agent-Based Modelling and Burglary in Leeds. Paper presented at the AAG 2007 Anual Meeting, 17-21 April 2007, San Francisco and the 4th Lake Arrowhead Conference on Human Complex Systems, 25-29 April 2007, Lake Arrowhead, Los Angeles.
Organised / Chaired Sessions
Enhancing Complex Social Simulations with Automata Systems. The Royal Geographical Society with IBG Annual Internation Conference. Manchester, 2009.
Enhancing Complex Social Simulations with Automata Systems. The Royal Geographical Society with IBG Annual Internation Conference. London, 2008.