Date of publication: Tue, 01/06/2010
This paper considers three important classes of intelligence analysis questions, shows how these questions can be naturally formulated as graph problems, and demonstrates that analysis based on this formulation yields insights and understanding which would be difficult to obtain using other methods. In order to make explicit the relevance and practical utility of graph methods for intelligence questions, we organize our discussion around specific real world problems of current interest in the counterproliferation and counterterrorism domains.
Date of publication: Sat, 10/08/2013
The airline industry is passing through a phase of turbulence. With the onset of budget carriers, rising fuel costs, open sky policies & decreasing margins airlines today are facing challenges like never before. As more and more airlines focus on business intelligence to stay ahead of competition, leveraging on information rich data sources is imperative.
One such avenue is capitalizing on PNR data. Through this editorial we shall portray what value PNR data brings to an airline, providing information that supports a broad range of capabilities.