Paul Kogut

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  • Mieczyslaw M Kokar, Christopher J Matheus, Jerzy A Letkowski, Kenneth Baclawski, Paul Kogut
  • 2004
After a number of years of intensive research on Level 1 fusion, the focus is shifting to higher levels. Level 2 fusion differs from Level 1 fusion in its emphasis on relations among objects rather than on the characteristics (position, velocity, type) of single objects. While the number of such characteristics grows linearly with the number of objects(More)
—Emerging Semantic Web technology such as the DARPA Agent Markup Language (DAML) will support advanced semantic interoperability in the next generation of aerospace architectures. The basic idea of DAML is to mark up artifacts (e.g., documents, sensors, databases, legacy software) so that software agents can interpret and reason with the information. DAML(More)
This paper describes potential applications of Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures to Intelligence Analysis. The focus of our efforts is on higher level reasoning rather than low level perception. We will never have enough human analysts to read, filter and make sense of all the text data out there. Can some form of BICA help? In this paper we(More)
Homeland security intelligence analysts need help finding relevant information quickly in a rapidly increasing volume of incoming raw data. Many different AI techniques are needed to handle this deluge of data. This paper describes initial investigations in the application of recommender systems to this problem. It illustrates various recommender systems(More)
This paper describes the goals and emerging results of an ongoing research project in order to solicit input and feedback from the AI for Homeland Security community. The objective is to gain a greater understanding of the performance issues and computational requirements associated with real world AI applications for intelligence analysis and homeland(More)
Introduction Ontologies are becoming increasingly important because they provide the critical semantic foundation for many rapidly expanding technologies such as software agents, e-commerce and knowledge management (McGuinness, 2001). The Unified Modeling Language (UML) 1 has been widely adopted by the software engineering community and its scope is(More)
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