Glass box: capturing, archiving, and retrieving workstation activities

@inproceedings{Cowley2006GlassBC,
  title={Glass box: capturing, archiving, and retrieving workstation activities},
  author={P. Cowley and J. Haack and R. Littlefield and E. Hampson},
  booktitle={CARPE '06},
  year={2006}
}
  • P. Cowley, J. Haack, +1 author E. Hampson
  • Published in CARPE '06 2006
  • Computer Science
  • The Glass Box is a computer-based environment that unobtrusively captures workstation activity data from analysts engaged in real intelligence analysis activities, with the aim of supporting research leading to the development of more effective tools for the intelligence community. The Glass Box provides automated data capture, analyst annotations, data review/retrieval functions, and an application programming interface enabling applications to integrate, communicate, retrieve, store, and… CONTINUE READING
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