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Markov Model

Markov model is a model that produces a series of matrices that detail the various patterns of movement to and from the various jobs in the organization.

Markov models, also referred to as probabilistic (using probabilities of various movement options) or stochastic models, determine the pattern of employee movement throughout an organization’s system of jobs.

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