3 edition of Using pattern analysis and systematic randomness to allocate U.S. border security resources found in the catalog.
Using pattern analysis and systematic randomness to allocate U.S. border security resources
Joel Benjamin Predd
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Joel B. Predd ... [et al.].|
|LC Classifications||JV6483 .U85 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012010473|
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border security resources. [Joel Benjamin Predd; RAND Homeland Security and Defense Center.; Rand Corporation.;] -- The U.S.
Department of Homeland Security is responsible for protecting U.S. borders against terrorist threats, criminal endeavors, illegal immigration, and contraband. Using Pattern Analysis and Systematic Randomness to Allocate U.S.
Border Security Resources Joel B. Predd • Henry H. Willis • Claude Messan Setodji • Chuck Stelzner Sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security This material is based on work supported by the U.S.
Department of Homeland Security under Award Number STBS Border Security: Understanding Threats at U.S. Borders Congressional Research Service 2. their tactics in response to enforcement efforts), questions about the effectiveness of U.S.
border security policy and the costs and benefits of competing approaches should be revisited on a regular basis.
Members of Congress may wish to use similar models to evaluate the costs and benefits of potential border security policies and to allocate border enforcement resources.
Joel Predd, Henry Willis, Claude Setodji and Chuck Stelzner. "Using Pattern Analysis and Systematic Randomness to Allocate U.S. Border Security Resources." RAND: Homeland Security and Defense Center (). Gutierrez et al.: Generating Effective Patrol Strategies to Enhance U.S.
Border Security Produced by The Berkeley Electronic Press, The analysis shows area of crime hotspots, areas deficient in security outfit, areas requiring constant police patrol, time and days when citizens face the maximum crime andof what type.
DHS employs models to classify threats as relatively high- or low-risk for certain planning and budgeting exercises and to implement certain border security programs. Members of Congress may wish to use similar models to evaluate the costs and benefits of potential border security policies and to allocate border enforcement resources.
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1. Introduction. This research note offers an appraisal of the contemporary state of U.S.-Mexico border security studies. The article begins with an analysis of recent literature on this subject connected to two landmark political changes impacting the U.S.-Mexico frontier: the implementation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the terrorist attacks on the United States of.
Using Pattern Analysis and Systematic Randomness to Allocate U.S. Border Security Resources. This report investigates how the Office of Border Patrol could employ pattern and trend analysis and systematic randomness to increase interdiction rates. Technical Approach in Security Analysis.
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Border Security Resources. This report investigates how the Office of Border Patrol could employ pattern and trend analysis and systematic randomness to increase interdiction rates and mitigate smuggler adaptation.
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We then define additional security constraints that apply to distribution, interfaces, and components. The patterns are shown using UML models and some examples are taken from our book Security Patterns: Integrating security and systems engineering (Wiley ). • Keywords: object-oriented design, patterns, secure systems design, security.
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