Ian Harrison

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Managing and analyzing information remains an enduring and essential challenge for intelligence professionals. Link analysis tools are beginning to be adopted in the intelligence community as part of the community's analysis toolset. However, since a wide variety of types of analyses is possible, even within just the link analysis field, no one tool is(More)
To meet the intelligence community's need for link analysis tools that work together, researchers are currently investigating ways of building workflows of these tools using an intelligent system architecture. A key challenge in building a dynamic link analysis workflow environment is representing the behavior of the individual link analysis algorithms(More)
Given the rapidly changing skills needs of 'post-industrial economies', lifelong learning forms an integral part of government policy within the UK and abroad. However, like the UK, most economies are faced with the problem of how to reach those sections of the community that have traditionally not embraced learning and educational opportunities. In this(More)
This symposium brought together a number of researchers who are concerned with performance issues that robots face that depend, in some way, on sound. Many commercially marketed robotic platforms, as well as others that are moving from the laboratory into specialized public settings, already have rudimentary speech communication interfaces, and some are(More)
Expert Provisioner is a knowledge-based provisioning system prototyped for use by the RAF Logistics Command to support their Range Managers in the procurement of consumable parts. It was jointly developed by AIAI at the University of Edinburgh and Logistics Research (LR) branch of the RAF. Spares re-provisioning is one of the most fundamental and difficult(More)
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