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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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Ontological Structures for Higher Levels of Distributed Fusion

Mieczyslaw M. Kokar, Brian E. Ulicny and Jakub J. Moskal

CONTENTS

12.1  Introduction

12.3  Querying the Net

12.4  Interoperability and Inference

12.5  Inferring Relevant Repositories

12.6  Inferring Relevant Things

12.7  Restricting Queries to Geographical Regions

12.8  Discussion: Inference of Suspicious Activities

12.9  Conclusion

References

12.1  INTRODUCTION

Today most, if not all, online information is either stored in various data stores (databases) or available in streaming form from either sensors or other sequential information providers. Both types of information sources can be termed information producers. On the other hand, this information is utilized by the various ...

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