Issues of Uncertainty Analysis in High-Level Information Fusion

@inproceedings{Blasch2012IssuesOU,
  title={Issues of Uncertainty Analysis in High-Level Information Fusion},
  author={Erik Blasch and Kathryn B. Laskey and Gee Wah Ng and Rakesh Nagi and Dafni Stampouli and Johan Schubert and Pierre Valin},
  year={2012}
}
High -Level Information Fusion (HLIF) utilizes techniques from Low-Level Information Fusion (LLIF) to support situation/impact assessment, user involvement, and mission and resource management (SUM). Given the unbounded analysis of situations, events, users, resources, and missions; it is obvious that uncertainty is manifested by the nature of application requirements. In this panel, we seek discussions on methods and techniques to intelligently assess the problem of HLIF uncertainty analysis… CONTINUE READING

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