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Intelligence Analysis Ontology for Cognitive Assistants

Mihai Boicu, Gheorghe Tecuci, David Schum
2008 International Ontology for the Intelligence Community  
This paper presents results on developing a general intelligence analysis ontology which is part of the knowledge base of Disciple-LTA, a unique and complex cognitive assistant for evidence-based hypothesis  ...  analysis that helps an intelligence analyst cope with many of the complexities of intelligence analysis.  ...  MULTIPLE ROLES FOR ONTOLOGY The object ontology plays a crucial role in Disciple-LTA and in cognitive assistants, in general, being at the basis of knowledge representation, user-agent communication, problem  ... 
dblp:conf/oic/BoicuTS08 fatcat:ssierrwljvcztm2m3lvwtydpri

Leveraging Emergent Ontologies in the Intelligence Community

James Starz, Jason Losco, Brian P. Kettler, Rachel Hingst, Christopher A. Rouff
2008 International Ontology for the Intelligence Community  
Though these structures lack the machine reasoning potential of highly engineered ontologies, for many purposes they are "good enough".  ...  The vision of a Semantic Web of intelligence knowledge has yet to be fully realized, in part because of the tough challenges of ontology engineering and maintenance.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Many of the concepts applied in this paper were motivated by conversations with Tim Finin of the University of Maryland at Baltimore County.  ... 
dblp:conf/oic/StarzLKHR08 fatcat:q5lrg3xnfvdmlnsc4cqhmbjp3m

The Ontology of Systems

Kristo Miettinen
2008 International Ontology for the Intelligence Community  
For systems analysis, e.g. intelligence analysis of remotely sensed facilities in denied territory, these loops consider structure, function, and process in the context of environment to develop information  ...  At the heart of systems ontology is "design", the combination of two interactive loops: one loop relating the system to its environment, the other loop relating the system to its parts.  ...  These are ontological razors for winnowing candidate functions and candidate purposes in systems analysis. II. DESIGN IN SYSTEMS ONTOLOGY A.  ... 
dblp:conf/oic/Miettinen08 fatcat:jzgxl53dfrgujc4ac3rwjjnjym

Model Driven Ontology: A New Methodology for Ontology Development

Mohamed Keshk, Sally Chambless
2008 International Ontology for the Intelligence Community  
It is they alone who are responsible for building the correct ontology data model.  ...  Effective collaboration among customer and team members is essential for the creation of the correct ontology model.  ...  We argue that the use of Model Driven Ontology would increasingly boost productivity, eliminate mistakes due to human misunderstanding, break the monopoly of ontologists over ontology development, and  ... 
dblp:conf/oic/KeshkC08 fatcat:4m4dxygrlnfu7gjb26er6t3uze

Automatic Ontology Creation from Text for National Intelligence Priorities Framework (NIPF)

Mithun Balakrishna, Munirathnam Srikanth
2008 International Ontology for the Intelligence Community  
However, problems in ontology creation and maintenance have resulted in expensive procedures for expanding/maintaining the ontology library available to support the growing and evolving needs of the Intelligence  ...  In this paper, we will present a semi-automatic development of an ontology library for the National Intelligence Priorities Framework (NIPF) topics.  ...  and evolving needs of the Intelligence Community (IC).  ... 
dblp:conf/oic/BalakrishnaS08 fatcat:a5kgsaki7ffehkvkb6glrcxcpe

Semantics for Information Sharing and Discovery in the Intelligence Community

Martin Thurn
2008 International Ontology for the Intelligence Community  
These techniques can be applied immediately within the current security framework of the intelligence community.  ...  One of the distinguishing characteristics of the intelligence community is the strict security framework that is used to control classified information.  ...  technologies to the problem of secure information sharing.  ... 
dblp:conf/oic/Thurn08 fatcat:yo5dl75a2vfa5fqletckrmyon4

Ontology-based Technologies - Technology Transfer from Bioinformatics?

Fabian Neuhaus
2008 International Ontology for the Intelligence Community  
The time is ripe to extend these gains to other spheres. Ontology-based technologies clearly offer great potential for the intelligence community.  ...  However, we should not take for granted that the technologies that work for biologists would be appropriate for the intelligence community, because the kind of knowledge gathered by the intelligence community  ... 
dblp:conf/oic/Neuhaus08 fatcat:4lpi6ggpnzbgnndyu4va3yss5i

Ontology of Evidence

Kathryn B. Laskey, David A. Schum, Paulo C. G. Costa, Terry Janssen
2008 International Ontology for the Intelligence Community  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors gratefully acknowledge helpful comments from anonymous reviewers of an earlier draft of this paper.  ...  Yet, the increasing demands within the Intelligence community for effective exchange create an opportunity for developing standardized representations and approaches.  ...  In this paper, we argue for the fundamental importance of a carefully engineered ontology of evidence to the enterprise of intelligence analysis for the need for an ontology of evidence, and describe some  ... 
dblp:conf/oic/LaskeySCJ08 fatcat:n2zwdvdgujhyjjnovzle25so5e

Common Logic for an RDF Store

Bob MacGregor
2008 International Ontology for the Intelligence Community  
The advent of commercial tools that support reasoning and management of RDF data stores provides a robust base for the growth of Semantic Web applications.  ...  This article examines issues that arise when seeking to combine the expressive power of Common Logic with the scalability of an RDF store.  ...  As part of the presentation we will discuss our proposal for implementation and requirements for the intelligence community. We will discuss a number of the tradeoff as described below. II.  ... 
dblp:conf/oic/MacGregor08 fatcat:ufuz7kpn6rfubpe7lbasrcga54

Toward an Open-Source Foundation Ontology Representing the Longman's Defining Vocabulary: The COSMO Ontology OWL Version

Patrick Cassidy
2008 International Ontology for the Intelligence Community  
Finding evidence for this hypothesis would suggest that a promising tactic to achieve Semantic Interoperability among computer applications is to focus effort on the common foundation ontology to that  ...  blocks for any number of more specialized ontology elements representing concepts and terms used in any computer application.  ...  INTRODUCTION Information communicated and analyzed by the intelligence community is highly diverse, including technical, social and psychological concepts.  ... 
dblp:conf/oic/Cassidy08 fatcat:fucjjlcmpzhefmdvawkds3cpxq

Intelligence Analysis and the Semantic Web: an Alternative Semantic Paradigm

K. Brock Stitts
2008 International Ontology for the Intelligence Community  
serve for communication between a builder A and an assistant B.  ...  Index Terms-intelligence analysis, semantic web, ontology, semantics I. INTRODUCTION Applied Systems Intelligence, Inc.  ...  How to use and grow that language is best left to the users of the language.  ... 
dblp:conf/oic/Stitts08 fatcat:3xs3izqta5fzbhnytq563g3ony

Semantic Wiki for Tactical Intelligence Applications: A Demonstration

Daniel Reininger, Jeff Mershon, Jef Armstrong, Ray Kulberda, Andrew Cohen, P. Robert Bullard, David Ihrie
2008 International Ontology for the Intelligence Community  
The views and findings expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of these organizations.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This material is based upon work supported by the Office of Naval Research under Contract No. N00014-07-C-0218 and DARPA under contract LM TT0705405 and 5R-44LM008474-03 (NIH).  ...  Uses a flexible ontology that can be evolved by the user community to organize that information in a way that makes it easy for users to capture and understand how each piece of data connects.  ... 
dblp:conf/oic/ReiningerMAKCBI08 fatcat:ywwpl3vjgzhwlk32ywaelje7si

ICD Wiki - Framework for Enabling Semantic Web Service Definition and Orchestration

Dean Brown, Dominick Profico
2008 International Ontology for the Intelligence Community  
Lockheed Martin is investigating the use of a wiki with an underlying RDF data model to provide a collaborative framework to define services, document services, manage ontology models, and quickly build  ...  Net-Centricity, SOA, and Web Services Net-Centric: Participating as a part of a continuously-evolving, complex community of people, devices, information and services interconnected by a communications  ...  For example, for the intelligence community domain model, some entities could include ISR assets, sensors, products, reports, tasking, geospatial locations, collection plans, observations,… Ideally, the  ... 
dblp:conf/oic/BrownP08 fatcat:55gteo24hrawdi763nuffxdsw4

A Practical Military Ontology Construction for the Intelligent Army Tactical Command Information System

Donghee Yoo, Sungchun No, Minyoung Ra
2014 International Journal of Computers Communications & Control  
The purpose of this research is to construct a military ontology as the core element for implementing the intelligent Army Tactical Command Information System (ATCIS).  ...  Using the military ontology, the system can automatically understand and manage the meaning of military information in the system, and hence it can provide a commander with military knowledge for decision  ...  Acknowledgement This research was supported by Agency for Defense Development (ADD) under the contract number UD110058MD. Bibliography  ... 
doi:10.15837/ijccc.2014.1.49 fatcat:eaaqvmuv5jgtpf7mwcbwsppmx4

The use of the medical ontology for a semantic-based fusion system in biomedical informatics Application to Alzheimer disease

Roxana - Oana Teodorescu, Cosmin Cernazanu-Glavan, Vladimir - Ioan Cretu, Daniel Racoceanu
2008 2008 4th International Conference on Intelligent Computer Communication and Processing  
For this purpose, we use a feedforward neural network which is capable of training the negative patterns as well as the positive ones.  ...  At the semantic level we generate a three-layered network structure, which gives us the possibility of adding medical knowledge in order to cluster the data and prepare it for the fusion process.  ...  ontology-data integration systems as well.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iccp.2008.4648383 fatcat:r7l4je4ld5btjaw2aofrqqa2gu
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