Matthias Hecking

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We have realized the help system SINIX Consultant (SC) for SINIX1 users. The system is capable of answering – in German – natural language questions concerning SINIX commands, objects, and concepts. But not only does this help system react to inquiries – additionally, the system is capable of activating itself. If the user employs a sequence of SINIX(More)
Documents written in foreign languages are important in preparation of military operations or during these operations. Often not enough human translators and also no automatic tools for translating are available. This problem increases if the documents are written in less-learned languages. Then even less translators and no automatic translation tools are(More)
Intelligence plays an important role in supporting military operations. In the course of military intelligence a vast amount of textual data in different languages needs to be analyzed. In addition to information provided by traditional military intelligence, nowadays the internet offers important resources of potential militarily relevant information.(More)
Intelligenz, DFKI) with sites in Kaiserslautern and Saarbrucken is a non-profit organization which was founded in 1988. The DFKI conducts application-oriented basic research in the field of artificial intelligence and other related subfields of computer science. The overall goal is to construct systems with technical knowledge and common sense which-by(More)
The SINIX Consultant (SC) is an intelligent help System for the SINIX operating System. SC represents a help system which combines a passive and an active mode in order to aid the User. In the passive mode, SC answers natural language questions about SINIX objects and commands in a user-oriented tutorial manner. In the active mode, it gives unsolicited(More)
The new deployments of the German Federal Armed Forces create the necessity to analyze large quantities of intelligence reports and other documents written in different languages. We set up the research project ZENON, in which a multilingual information extraction approach is used for (partial) content analysis from texts written in different languages. At(More)
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