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Distributed Data Fusion for Network-Centric Operations by Martin Liggins II, James Llinas, Chee-Yee Chong, David Hall

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10

A Framework for Distributed

Subrata Das

CONTENTS

10.1  Introduction

10.2  Concept and Approach

10.3  Distributed Fusion Environments

10.4  Algorithm for Distributed Situation Assessment

10.4.1  Junction Tree Construction and Inference

10.5  Distributed Kalman Filter

10.6  Relevance to Network-Centric Warfare

10.7  Role of Intelligent Agents

10.7.1  What Is an Agent?

10.7.2  Use of Agents in Distributed Fusion

10.8  Conclusions and Further Reading

References

10.1  INTRODUCTION

This chapter presents distributed fusion from the situation assessment (SA) (a.k.a. Level 2 fusion [Das 2008b, Steinberg 2008]) perspective. It also describes the relevance of distributed fusion to network-centric warfare (NCW) environments and the role of intelligent ...

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