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AIT 677: Intelligence Analysis Methods

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Presents various intelligence analysis methods addressing basic topics: substance-blind analysis of evidence and its credentials, chain of custody analysis, combination of evidence, divide and conquer paradigm for analysis, sources of uncertainty, competing hypotheses and analyses. Discusses case studies in various domains following a hands-on approach using educational analysis tools.

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Presents various intelligence analysis methods addressing basic topics: substance-blind analysis of evidence and its credentials, chain of custody analysis, combination of evidence, divide and conquer paradigm for analysis, sources of uncertainty, competing hypotheses and analyses. Discusses case studies in various domains following a hands-on approach using educational analysis tools.

When Offered: Fall, Spring

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

Admission into the MS-AIT degree program or permission of instructor.

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