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Table Detection in Invoice Documents by Graph Neural Networks

Pau Riba, Anjan Dutta, Lutz Goldmann, Alicia Fornes, Oriol Ramos, Josep Llados
2019 2019 International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition (ICDAR)  
Our framework makes use of Graph Neural Networks (GNNs) in order to describe the local repetitive structural information of tables in invoice documents.  ...  In digital mail room applications, where a large amount of administrative documents must be processed with reasonable accuracy, the detection and interpretation of tables is crucial.  ...  INTRODUCTION Extracting information from administrative documents in digital mailroom processes is a common task in various domains including finance, insurance, manufacturing, and trading.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icdar.2019.00028 dblp:conf/icdar/Riba0GFT019 fatcat:2ofpxl3vzzf47k7mxqlkdcellu

Decision Support System (DSS) for Fraud Detection in Health Insurance Claims Using Genetic Support Vector Machines (GSVMs)

Robert A. Sowah, Marcellinus Kuuboore, Abdul Ofoli, Samuel Kwofie, Louis Asiedu, Koudjo M. Koumadi, Kwaku O. Apeadu
2019 Journal of Engineering  
claims in these health insurance databases are used.  ...  Fraud in health insurance claims has become a significant problem whose rampant growth has deeply affected the global delivery of health services.  ...  Acknowledgments e authors of this paper wish to acknowledge the Carnegie Corporation of New York through the University of Ghana, under the UG-Carnegie Next Generation of Academics in Africa project, for  ... 
doi:10.1155/2019/1432597 fatcat:oclpqwn6pnaalprywotasmhejq

Introduction to Pay for Performance [chapter]

Janet B. Mitchell
2011 Pay for Performance in Health Care: Methods and Approaches  
Government agencies and private health insurance companies shied away from intruding on what they viewed as the professional domain of physicians.  ...  The Affordable Care Act seeks to reform private health insurance regulation and practice and to extend access to private health insurance through subsidies and the creation of state-based health insurance  ...  The percentage reduction is 1.0 percent in fiscal year 2013, 1.25 percent in 2014, 1.50 percent in 2015, 1.75 percent in 2016, and 2.0 percent in 2017 and subsequent years.  ... 
doi:10.3768/rtipress.2011.bk.0002.1103.0 fatcat:73t7racp2ze3vijr4e733hq5hm

Assembled Products: The Key to More Effective Competition And Antitrust Oversight in Health Care

William M Sage
2016 Cornell law review  
The principal obstacle to effective competition in health care is not that one or the other party has too much bargaining power, but that they have been buying and selling the wrong things.  ...  Because of regulation, what pass for products in health care are typically small process steps and isolated components that can be assigned a billing code, even if they do little to help patients.  ...  other professional domains.  ... 
pmid:27062731 fatcat:ydsbzrqhjvbsla5n43jg6dv7zi

Social Welfare and Behavioral Public Policies

Marco Fabbri
2014 Social Science Research Network  
Combatting VAT and RST Evasion with Lottery Tickets", Intertax: international tax review, 2013, 41(8), pp. 430-443, that discusses the legal implications of the ideas presented in chapter 3.  ...  I am grateful to Emanuela Carbonara for the encouragement and support provided in writing chapters 3 and 4: those chapters would have not been written without her help.  ...  preference domain.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3150437 fatcat:vkgfhdymhngdxearh6o5ilqwlu

Combating Antibiotic Resistance Through the Health Impact Fund

Kevin Outterson, Thomas Pogge, Aidan Hollis
2011 Social Science Research Network  
The Health Impact Fund is an innovative financing mechanism for global drug discovery and dissemination, separating the reward for successful R&D from the market price of the drug, also known as de--linkage  ...  Urgent measures are needed to directly confront the processes influencing antibiotic resistance pollution in the microbiosphere.  ...  The QALY metric is already extensively used by private and state insurers in determining prices for new drugs, so employing it in calculating HIF rewards is not a big leap.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1866768 fatcat:jjbjt6dw7fd6houri6kme5lxbe

Industrial Organization

2008 American Journal of Agricultural Economics  
The recognition that even imperfect markets may be preferable to regulated outcomes accompanied a dramatic transformation in the nature and extent of government intervention across a broad range of markets  ...  Many industries long subject to price and entry regulation in the United States -among them airlines, trucking, railroads, and banking -were deregulated.  ...  for health insurance.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ajae/90.3.864-c fatcat:bc6wzmchy5aetjhtrkdnuk6jii

Abstracts of Working Papers in Economics

2000 Abstracts of Working Papers in Economics  
It uses dominance tests to determine whether health and education expenditures redistribute resources to the poor. The paper finds that social services are poorly targeted.  ...  duration relation differs between the two groups in the predicted way, and finds evidence consistent with asymmetric information in the U.S. labor market.  ...  AB This paper examines the changes in costs of mental health and substance abuse services in a carve out program initiated in 1993 by the Group Insurance Commission (GIC) of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0951007900005155 fatcat:psscujcxd5gvnjv6p4qd3vwsi4

Security policies [chapter]

Ross Anderson, Frank Stajano, Jong-Hyeon Lee
2002 Advances in Computers  
We offer a survey of the most significant security policy models in the literature, showing how "security" may mean very different things in different contexts, and we review some of the mechanisms typically  ...  It is a means for designers, domain experts and implementers to communicate with each other, and a blueprint that drives a project from design through implementation and validation.  ...  Other portions have appeared in Jong-Hyeon Lee's PhD dissertation [49] and in other publications by the authors that were cited in the relevant sections [10, 11, 12, 68, 69, 5] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0065-2458(01)80030-9 fatcat:a6mybpml3zcxxm4diujbp3epre

Artificial Intelligence (AI): Multidisciplinary perspectives on emerging challenges, opportunities, and agenda for research, practice and policy

Yogesh K. Dwivedi, Laurie Hughes, Elvira Ismagilova, Gert Aarts, Crispin Coombs, Tom Crick, Yanqing Duan, Rohita Dwivedi, John Edwards, Aled Eirug, Vassilis Galanos, P. Vigneswara Ilavarasan (+23 others)
2019 International Journal of Information Management  
-Taverne project Otherwise as indicated in  ...  panellists from industry and public sector organisations for enriching our understanding of this emerging area by providing their valuable perspectives that have informed the views presented in this article  ...  We are very grateful to everyone who attended the workshop and contributed their perspectives during the workshop and as an input to this article.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2019.08.002 fatcat:f2bggou4unhgjoiei2hzimigmu

Global Economies, Regulatory Failure, & Loose Money: Lessons for Regulating the Finance Sector from Iceland's Financial Crisis

Andrew P. Morriss, Birgir T. Petursson
2012 Social Science Research Network  
Iceland was the first developed economy to fall into crisis in 2008, with the collapse of its banking sector, currency value, and economy.  ...  Regulatory failures at the EU and Icelandic levels meant regulatory measures such as central bank interventions and deposit insurance exacerbated problems rather than correcting them.  ...  The demands of process prompted a literature on regulatory ossification with respect to the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. See Thomas 0.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2016295 fatcat:wu3nyqw4trgf5ak55pex47x6wq


Venko Andonov, Valentin Kisimov, Tsvetana Stoyanova, Nikolay Sterev
2020 Proceedings of the 13 th IADIS International Conference Information Systems 2020   unpublished
Thus, the sharing economy could be explained as a process of continuous exchange of the information and data packages between different stakeholders.  ...  Conclusions: the main results of the research are summarized in given architecture solution for a B2B BSN with two business partners participating in a non-centralized, distributed social network.  ...  Popular standards include: ANSI X12 in the United States, UN/EDIFACT globally and industry-specific standards, such as HIPAA (health insurance in the U.S.), HL7 (for international healthcare data exchange  ... 
doi:10.33965/is2020_202006l005 fatcat:rulbypltqzfo3l5koekdmioavm

Security and Society in the Information Age

Paulina Piasecka, Katarzyna Maniszewska
2018 Figshare  
The main thematic focus of the "Security and Society in the Information Age" publication is the changing paradigm in security.  ...  , radicalization and recruitment to terrorist organizations, the role of the mass media in shaping public opinion on terrorism, the condition of democracy in the age of fake news, the evolution of modern  ...  This research paper will provide definitions of the terms "mass shooting", "active shooters", "stressors", and "mental health" as they pertain to the research conducted.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7454207.v1 fatcat:kvzzbl2l75fexpjnzsldw2pfiq

Abstracts of Working Papers in Economics

1990 Abstracts of Working Papers in Economics  
In expected utility, and as it turns out, in the case of smooth Frechet differentiability of the representation functional, derivation of pi(0) = 0.  ...  Our aim in this essay is to attempt to understand the sources of the BHN mandate.  ...  For the time domain tests, moving average processes are assumed for the error terms on the autoregression.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0951007900001534 fatcat:ctxzhimskrcllg5cpy7s6dbvdy

Implications of limited investor attention to customer–supplier information transfers

Hui Zhu
2014 Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance  
We examine the (dis)incentive effects created by the respective tax systems to invest in human capital in Atlantic Canada and compare this to a select group of provinces from the rest of Canada.  ...  It was designed as an incentive to remain in or to potentially relocate to the respective province. In this regard, the current policy appears somewhat unsuccessful in its mandate.  ...  The authors submitted that "freedom of religion does not allow one group of individuals to exclude another group of identifiable individuals from access to a public service."  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.qref.2014.02.003 fatcat:3z76wilugvhaxat4yplbtt7cv4
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