Provided by: Science & Engineering Research Support soCiety (SERSC)
Date Added: Aug 2014
In the recent years the authors have witnessed a number of important terroristic incidents, in major cities all around the world (e.g., 911 in New York, 11-M in Madrid, 7/7 in London). These incidents have revealed the vulnerabilities of urban environments, against terroristic plans and have created significant pressure towards devising novel tools and techniques for timely predicting the intentions and plans of terrorists. In this paper, they introduce a blueprint internet-of-things architecture for predicting terroristic attacks.