The Communications Security Establishment (CSE) is Canada’s national cryptologic agency. CSE is mandated to acquire and provide foreign signals intelligence and to provide advice, guidance and services to help ensure the protection of Government of Canada electronic information and information infrastructures. It also provides technical and operational assistance to federal law enforcement and security agencies. The intern’s research centred on developing a model, or clustering technique, that will enable CSE to predict communications activity.
Medication non-compliance is associated with poor outcomes in patients. Although different methods are currently used to measure compliance, the ability to translate this measure into a meaningful metric, which is interpretable for both methodologists and clinicians, has not yet been realized. Medication compliance has become an increasingly important area of research as policy makers perceive the extent and effect of the problem that non-compliance poses.