Abstract.
The manuscript discusses theoretical and practical examples of the use of graph analytics to solve the priority tasks of the digital economy, as the first stage of the knowledge economy. First, authors outline a simulation model which can be used to track fluctuations in inflation. Since a rise in inflation can reflect the rise in prices of goods and services, and how consumers lose ground as their earnings buy fewer goods, predicting inflation – and its effects – can be of great importance. The model presented is based on the cognitive graph. The cognitive graph has 15 vertices which are factors impacting the economy. The bonds between the vertices are analyzed and the incidence matrix is formed. Next, unbalanced cycles whose length is more than 2 are recognized in the graph. It is these unbalanced cycles that typically cause inflation, and the detriment to the economy. This model makes possible the examination of 5 unbalanced cycles, and its use allows the government (decisionmakers) to implement to control and limit inflation’s effects on the economy. The theoretical basis applications of cognitive graphs for the quantitative assessment of knowledge are also presented.
Keywords:
digital economy, knowledge economy, inflation; simulation modeling; cognitive graph; graph analytics; consumer price index; key rate.
PP. 3345.
DOI 10.14357/20718632230304 References
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