Aims:
  • This project develops self-exciting mathematical models to assess the impact of counterterrorism measures on terrorist patterns over time

Terrorism and CT in SE Asia

Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism in SE Asia: The use of self-exciting models to assess the impact of CT measures on terrorist patterns over time. This grant proposes to develop mathematical models to for analyzing terrorist activity. These models will help to advance the existing theoretical understanding of terrorism and counter-terrorism measures.

Funding: 
UQ New Staff Research Start-up Fund
Date: 
2010 to 2011
Time status: 
Complete
Contact: 
Professor Lorraine Mazerolle (l.mazerolle@uq.edu.au)
Aims:
  • This project develops self-exciting mathematical models to assess the impact of counterterrorism measures on terrorist patterns over time
Cluster: 
Program/Affiliation: 
Type: 
Quantitative
Keywords: 
Terrorism
Crime control
Number: 
ISSR030049