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Cased-based reasoning and neutrosophic logic to identify the employment limitations for Law school graduates at UNIANDES Ibarra

Diego Chamorro Valencia; Teresa de Jesús Molina Gutiérrez; Lenin Horacio Burbano Garcia; Alipio Absalón Cadena Posso

The objective of this study is to identify the employment limitations for Law school graduates at UNIANDES Ibarra, depending on their competencies and functions. For that purpose, we analyzed theoretical referents addressing the follow-up programs for higher education graduates. Moreover, we applied field descriptive investigation with a quantitative approach for an integrated sample of 122 Law school graduates, using questionnaires as instruments, as well as making a statistical descriptive analysis, given the previously executed qualitative analysis, which facilitated data interpretation. After making use of case-based reasoning to obtain the main employment limitations affecting Law school graduates, these limitations are analyzed using Neutrosophic logic in order to recommend and correct the more urgent limitations Law school graduates have to deal with, so that these graduates can start working as soon as possible.

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