Adaptive context assessment and context management

  title={Adaptive context assessment and context management},
  author={Alan N. Steinberg and Christopher Bowman and Gary Haith and Charles Morefield and Michael Morefield and Erik Blasch},
  journal={17th International Conference on Information Fusion (FUSION)},
Adaptive context assessment and context management (CACM) methods opportunistically exploit non-traditional data sources to improve the robustness of information fusion systems. Adaptive CACM methods find relevant data in external data sources and create and refine predictive situational models based on the relevance, quality, and means of employing such data. These CACM methods also measure the conformity of this non-traditional data with Level 1-4 fusion system products. The method proposed… CONTINUE READING
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