STUDY OF FACT CORRELATION FOR INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS.
XEROX ELECTRO-OPTICAL SYSTEMS PASADENA CA
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The study of Fact Correlation refers to investigation techniques for the recognition and classification of significant words, sentences, and concepts and their subsequent correlation into a summary of the facts relevant to a stated request. This report includes a summarization of previous work relevant to this area of investigation and presents analysis and data contributed by the present authors. The investigation has focused upon structuring a classification space, use of different scales and experimental analysis of these scales, and application of various mathematical techniques to analysis of the data. The latter includes application of D-Method Orthogonalizations, Centroid Factor Analysis, Maximum Likelihood Analysis, and study of precision in locating concepts. Included also is a study of the grammatical structure of the data within the frameworks of the Phrase Structure and Transformational models of linguistic structure, and a study of the relationship of these properties to concepts analyzed with factorial measurement techniques. Author