The inverse problem of Q-analysis of complex systems structure in cyber security
It is considered the inverse problem of Q-analysis. In the course of the research, an algorithm for the recovery of simplicial complexes from elementary simplex using local maps and a structural tree was developed. This algorithm will reduce the amount of data stored and improve the management process if the simplicial complex describes a real big complex system wich it can imagine cyber security system.
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