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Knowledge-Intensive Fusion for Situational Awareness: Technical Progress Report

Knowledge-Intensive Fusion for Situational Awareness: Technical Progress Report
Knowledge-Intensive Fusion for Situational Awareness: Technical Progress Report
This document details the technical progress attained in the context of DTC Project 8.14. It reviews the work undertaken to date and specifies the work to be undertaken in the remainder of the project. Issues such as the capabilities of the prospective system as well as its technological and ontological infrastructure are discussed, as are issues of project risk, system evaluation, opportunities for collaboration, routes of exploitation and project deliverables. In essence the document provides a snapshot of the current status of the project and lays the foundation for further technical progress. The primary purpose of the document is to establish a consensus and common purpose with respect to the goals and objectives of the project and document any outstanding concerns about project progress. This document is not part of the contracted deliverables required by the funding authority, but could be submitted as a means of eliciting feedback about the project and ensuring stakeholder confidence in the project’s progress.
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Smart, Paul R.
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Smart, Paul R.
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Smart, Paul R. (2004) Knowledge-Intensive Fusion for Situational Awareness: Technical Progress Report s.n. (In Press)

Record type: Monograph (Project Report)

Abstract

This document details the technical progress attained in the context of DTC Project 8.14. It reviews the work undertaken to date and specifies the work to be undertaken in the remainder of the project. Issues such as the capabilities of the prospective system as well as its technological and ontological infrastructure are discussed, as are issues of project risk, system evaluation, opportunities for collaboration, routes of exploitation and project deliverables. In essence the document provides a snapshot of the current status of the project and lays the foundation for further technical progress. The primary purpose of the document is to establish a consensus and common purpose with respect to the goals and objectives of the project and document any outstanding concerns about project progress. This document is not part of the contracted deliverables required by the funding authority, but could be submitted as a means of eliciting feedback about the project and ensuring stakeholder confidence in the project’s progress.

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Accepted/In Press date: 28 December 2004
Organisations: Web & Internet Science

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Local EPrints ID: 261070
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/261070
PURE UUID: 6bd423be-aefb-48d1-bfa1-607a45c67a57
ORCID for Paul R. Smart: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-9989-5307

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Date deposited: 16 Jul 2005
Last modified: 06 Jun 2018 12:46

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