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@INPROCEEDINGS{AICPub1452:2006, AUTHOR={Wolverton, M. and Harrison, I. and Martin, D.}, TITLE={Issues in Algorithm Characterization for Link Analysis}, BOOKTITLE={Capturing and Using Patterns for Evidence Detection - Papers from the AAAI Fall Symposium}, YEAR={2006}, ABSTRACT={To meet the intelligence community’s need for link analysis tools that work together, researchers are currently investigating ways of building workflows of these tools using an intelligent system architecture. A key challenge in building a dynamic link analysis workflow environment is representing the behavior of the individual link analysis algorithms being composed. In this paper, we outline techniques for modeling algorithms that allow a system architecture to reason about their behavior and performance, individually and in combination. The algorithm characterization model we propose is based on a layered approach, where the layers range from high-level qualitative descriptions of algorithms to detailed statistical descriptions of their effect on the data.} }

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