Matching sensors to missions using a knowledge-based approach

@inproceedings{Preece2008MatchingST,
  title={Matching sensors to missions using a knowledge-based approach},
  author={Alun D. Preece and Mario Gomez and Geeth de Mel and Wamberto Weber Vasconcelos and Derek H. Sleeman and Stuart Colley and Gavin Pearson and Tien Ke Pham and Thomas F. La Porta},
  year={2008}
}
Making decisions on how best to utilise limited intelligence, surveillance and reconnaisance (ISR) resources is a key issue in mission planning. This requires judgements about which kinds of available sensors are more or less appropriate for specific ISR tasks in a mission. A methodological approach to addressing this kind of decision problem in the military context is the Missions and Means Framework (MMF), which provides a structured way to analyse a mission in terms of tasks, and assess the… CONTINUE READING

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