MAD-STEC: a method for multiple automatic detection of space-time emerging clusters. Crime or disease surveillance commonly rely in space-time clustering methods to identify emerging patterns. The goal is to detect spatial-temporal clusters as soon as possible after its occurrence and to control the rate of false alarms. With this in mind, a spatio-temporal multiple cluster detection method was developed as an extension of a previous proposal based on a spatial version of the Shiryaev-Roberts statistic. Besides the capability of multiple cluster detection, the method have less input parameter than the previous proposal making its use more intuitive to practitioners. To evaluate the new methodology a simulation study is performed in several scenarios and enlighten many advantages of the proposed method. Finally, we present a case study to a crime data-set in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
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- Veloso, Bráulio M.; Correa, Thais R.; Prates, Marcos O.; Oliveira, Gabriel F.; Tavares, Andréa I.: \textitMAD-STEC: a method for multiple automatic detection of space-time emerging clusters (2017)