Real-time Migration Risk Analysis Model for Improved Immigrant Development Using Psychological Factors

Authors

  • Udayakumar , Suvarna Yogesh Pansambal, K. Anbazhagan and R. Sugumar

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.59670/ml.v20i4.2979

Keywords:

Migration Analysis, Risk Analysis, Immigrant Development, Religion, Psychology, NRS, PS, MS.

Abstract

The problem of immigrant migration risk analysis is deeply studied and there are number of issues identified in the selection of country. There exists number of approaches available in the selection of countries towards migration. However, the methods do not produce effective results in the selection of migrant country. To handle this issue, an efficient real-time migrant risk analysis model (RMAM) is presented in this article. The method uses the traces of previos migration histories and data set maintained by the model.  Using the migration data set, the method preprocesses the data set for noise removal and normalization. With the normalized data set, the method applies Nation Centric Religious Support Analysis and Psychological Support Analysis. The nation centric religious support analysis algorithm measure the risk factors on religious features by computing National Religious Support (NRS) and the Psychological Support Analysis algorithm computes the value of Psychological Support (PS) for different countries. Based on the result of different analysis, the method computes Migration Support (MS) for various countries towards the selection of migration countries. The proposed model improves the performance of risk analysis and migration control.

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Published

2023-07-26

How to Cite

Udayakumar , Suvarna Yogesh Pansambal, K. Anbazhagan and R. Sugumar. (2023). Real-time Migration Risk Analysis Model for Improved Immigrant Development Using Psychological Factors. Migration Letters, 20(4), 33–42. https://doi.org/10.59670/ml.v20i4.2979

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