In Depth Observational Studies of Professional Intelligence Analysis

@inproceedings{Scholtz2004InDO,
  title={In Depth Observational Studies of Professional Intelligence Analysis},
  author={Jean Scholtz and Emile L. Morse},
  year={2004}
}
Our goal is to produce metrics for measuring the effectiveness of software tools and environments produced for the intelligence community. To this end we need to understand the analytic process and to determine which data need to be captured to meaningfully measure process and effectiveness. In this paper we compare data from observational studies of professional intelligence analysts with data collected from an instrumented environment. We discuss some findings and their implications for… CONTINUE READING

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