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Title: Multi-criteria classification of reward collaboration proposals
Authors: Sant'Anna, Annibal Parracho
Gavião, Luiz Octávio
Sant'Anna, Tiago Lezan
Keywords: Crime organizado;Análise Hierárquica de Processos (AHP);Segurança pública;Probabilidade
Issue Date: 2024
Publisher: IISE Transactions
Abstract: This article develops a mechanism for automatically classifying rewarded collaboration proposals. The research's purpose is to increase transparency in the rewarded collaboration process, thereby inviting more collaboration proposals, to aid in the fight against criminal organizations. The research focuses on critical facets of the public security system and of the organized crime in Brazil. Through rewarded collaboration, a new approach to plea bargaining is achieved that helps detect, disrupt, and ultimately dismantle illicit operations. This multi-criteria approach enables the consideration of the interests of detainees, the priorities of police institutions, and the perspective of the community. This approach results in the formation of a holistic understanding of the issue taking into account the costs and benefits to society of punishing defendants whose guilt can be established. Composition of probabilistic preferences trichotomic is the multi-criteria method employed to take imprecision into consideration while performing classification into predetermined classes. It enables the evaluation of each proposal independently. This boosts the system's objectivity and consequently its attractiveness. Taking in the interaction between the criteria into consideration the analysis naturally applies to any number of evaluation criteria and individuals involved in the investigated crimes. Novel forms on interaction modeling are compared in practical instances.
ISSN: 2472-5862
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