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Incisive analysis (IA) focuses on maximizing insights from the massive, disparate, unreliable and dynamic data that are — or could be — available to analysts, in a timely manner. IA pursues new sources of information from existing and novel data, and developing innovative techniques that can be utilized in the processes of analysis. IA programs are in diverse technical disciplines, but have common features: (a) Create technologies that can earn the trust of the analyst user by providing the reasoning for results; (b) Address data uncertainty and provenance explicitly.

The following topics (in no particular order) are of interest to IA:

Source Edit

  • IARPA, Broad Agency Announcement Incisive Analysis (Jan. 14, 2013) (full-text).

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