network analysis

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network analysis

[′net‚wərk ə′nal·ə·səs]
(electricity)
Derivation of the electrical properties of a network, from its configuration, element values, and driving forces.
(industrial engineering)
An analytic technique used during project planning to determine the sequence of activities and their interrelationship within the network of activities that will be required by the project. Also known as network planning.
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The true merit of link analysis graphs is that they are reusable for additional organizational functions.
Link analysis involves determining who is talking to whom, about what, and when.
To be effective for link searching or link analysis, tools need to meet several requirements.
When a search engine is searching for a Web page to meet the user's request, two major factors are considered: one is the score based on the similarity between the user request and the Web page content or the relevance between the Web page and the user's query, and the other is the score obtained through the link analysis algorithm or the importance of the Web page.
And new visualization technologies that use link analysis techniques similar to Facebook or LinkedIn allow investigators to see individuals associated with multiple doctors, attorneys or claims and unveil fraudulent networks growing over time.
CURRENT ANTI-FRAUD TECHNOLOGY Automated Red Flags 64% Scoring Capability 60% Link Analysis 57% Workflow Routing 43% Text Mining 40% Predictive Modeling 40% Geographic Data Maps 23% Data Source: Coalition Against Insurance Fraud.
More insurance companies are using link analysis and social network analysis tools to identify fraud rings.
There are also other approaches that Minotaur uses like neural predictive analytics, behavioural modelling , link analysis and identity matching techniques that provide several stage detection processes, delivering accurate fraud detection and low false positives.
Link analysis and web analytics are also available at a price or for free through each search engine.
Many different tools were identified for use at different facility design phases, including design FMEAs (failure mode and effects analysis), process mapping, spaghetti diagrams, link analysis, Pareto analysis, safety culture surveys, and more.
Chapters explain uses of such networks, differences between them, and offer keys to link analysis, processing, and different hardware configurations and options.
De-embed filters typically are created using link analysis software and then saved as the base specification for measurement setup for future use.