nCompass Service Oriented Architecture for Tacit Collaboration Services

@article{Schroh2009nCompassSO,
  title={nCompass Service Oriented Architecture for Tacit Collaboration Services},
  author={David Schroh and Neil Bozowsky and Mike Savigny and William Wright},
  journal={2009 13th International Conference Information Visualisation},
  year={2009},
  pages={433-442}
}
  • David Schroh, Neil Bozowsky, +1 author William Wright
  • Published in
    13th International Conference…
    2009
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • nCompass is a flexible, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) designed to support the research and deployment of advanced tacit collaboration technology services for analysts. nCompass allows a significantly larger number of individual analytic capabilities, applications and services to be integrated together quickly and effectively. Service integration results are described from several computational tacit collaboration experiments conducted with open source intelligence analysts working with… CONTINUE READING

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