Understanding Model Types

There are three types of models (rules):

  1. All-time rules - The rule runs from the beginning of time to now (the beginning of time is 1970 in this case).
  2. Windowed rules - The rule runs through a set of windows (determined by its last execution time to now and the frequency that was set when creating a rule).
  3. Non-windowed rules - The rule runs with one window (determined by its last execution time to when it runs).

Scenario Reference:

Scenario Name

Type

Dormant Activity

NON-WINDOWED

Historical Deviations A

WINDOWED

Historical Deviations B

ALL TIME

Newly Seen

NON-WINDOWED

Entity Blacklist

ALL TIME

Blacklist String (Entities/Instruments)

ALL TIME

Blacklist Strings (Events)

NON-WINDOWED

Country-subdivision (Blacklist/Whitelist)

ALL TIME

Same Value Transactions

WINDOWED

Simple Count

WINDOWED

Simple Count Relative

WINDOWED

Simple Entity Count

ALL TIME

Simple Object Count (Entities/Instruments)

WINDOWED

Simple Object Count (Transactions)

WINDOWED

Simple Statistics

WINDOWED

Simple Statistics With Count

WINDOWED

Simple Statistics With Custom Field

WINDOWED

Top Transacting Entities

ALL TIME

Entity Specific Conduit

WINDOWED

Layering

WINDOWED

Pass-Through

WINDOWED

Pass-Through Transferred Percent

WINDOWED

Structuring

WINDOWED

Transaction Funds Ratio

WINDOWED

Transaction Statistics A

WINDOWED

Aggregate Difference (Transactions)

WINDOWED

Alerted Transactions II

WINDOWED

Chainalysis Alert - Risk levels

WINDOWED

Multiple Occurences

WINDOWED

Simple Filters

NON-WINDOWED

Simple Sequence

WINDOWED


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