Overview of situation management at SIMA 2005

@article{Jakobson2005OverviewOS,
  title={Overview of situation management at SIMA 2005},
  author={Gabriel Jakobson and Lundy M. Lewis and Christopher J. Matheus and M.M. Kokar and John F. Koegel Buford},
  journal={MILCOM 2005 - 2005 IEEE Military Communications Conference},
  year={2005},
  pages={1630-1636 Vol. 3}
}
This paper is an introduction to the Workshop on Situation Management, SIMA 2005. We discuss the scope of the workshop, the big picture of situation management, and a summarization of the papers selected for inclusion in the workshop. Topics include situation knowledge acquisition, learning & situation recognition, structural & behavioral modeling of sensor networks, robotic sensors & mobile sensor grids, advanced architectures for situation awareness, and human-centric situation management. We… 

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