Joachim Biermann

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The influence of dietary supplementation with n-3 versus n-6 fatty acids on plasma lipoprotein(a) (Lp[a]) levels was studied. Thirty-five male hospitalized patients with coronary artery disease were treated for 4 weeks with 12 g/day of fish oil (approximately 8.5 g of n-3 fatty acids) in combination with a 5,000 kilojoule, 30% fat diet and moderate(More)
Driven by the underlying need for a yet to be developed framework for fusing heterogeneous data and information at different semantic levels coming from both sensory and human sources, we present some results of the research being conducted within the NATO Research Task Group IST-106/RTG-051 on "Information Filtering and Multi Source Information Fusion". As(More)
Sensor resource management (or process refinement) is a element of any information fusion system. Common level 4 sensor management (SM) inter-relations to level 1 target tracking and identification have been developed in the literature. During Fusion06, a panel discussion was held to explore the challenges and issues pertaining to the interaction between SM(More)
A very short overview is given on experience gained in the area of high level information fusion (JDL level 2 and 3) since 1988. The main characteristics of the referenced projects and experimental systems for the support of intelligence officers in land battle missions will be outlined. The different approaches to analyse and model military intelligence(More)
Authors’ addresses: Joachim Biermann, Dept. for Sensor Data and Information Fusion, Fraunhofer FKIE, 53343 Wachtberg, Germany, E-mail: (; Pontus Hörling, Dept. for Information and Aeronautical Systems, Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), SE-164 90 Stockholm, Sweden, E-mail: (; Lauro Snidaro, Dept. of(More)
Up to now, especially in a land force environment, the processing of intelligence is uncoupled from its sources and their underlying information collection and data acquisition processes. We describe the heuristic organisation of collection of information for intelligence and show that the knowledge which is implemented into automated knowledge based fusion(More)
Once the realm of the military, fusion is increasingly spreading into civilian applications such as crisis management, homeland security, and law enforcement. While some of these applications make use of sensor technologies, in the form of cameras, videos, weather systems, etc., there is an increasing reliance on text-based information, which comes with a(More)