We propose a method of finding business risk factors in a qualitative and quantitative hybrid time-series simulation. The effect ratios of qualitative arcs in the hybrid simulation vary the output values of the simulation, so we define the effect ratios causing risks as business risk factors. Finding business risk factors in the entire ranges of effect ratios is time-consuming. It is considered that the probability distributions of effect ratios at the present time step and those at the previous time step are similar, and thus that the probability distributions at the present time step can be estimated. Our method finds business risk factors effectively in only the estimated ranges. Experimental results show that the precision and recall rate are 86%, and that search time is decreased by at least 20%.
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- Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- Computer Networks and Communications
- Physics and Astronomy(all)
- Signal Processing
- Applied Mathematics