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Toward the next generation of emergency operations systems

Art Botterell, Martin L. Griss
2011 International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management  
Investigation of the desirable attributes of a "Next Generation EOC" has led to alternative EOC roles and configurations.  ...  This paper describes emerging pressures on, and trends in, emergency and business contingency management systems, and describes a research program to explore solutions to both new and persistent design  ...  of the Disaster Management Initiative were invaluable in the development of this paper and are gratefully acknowledged.  ... 
dblp:conf/iscram/BotterellG11 fatcat:bjhfhzu6pvbm5ceacpxniroi6q

User-Centered Context-Aware Mobile Applications―The Next Generation of Personal Mobile Computing

Dongsong Zhang, Boonlit Adipat, Yaser Mowafi
2009 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
In order to better understand such systems and the potentials and barriers of their development and practical use, this paper provides a state-of-the-art overview of this emerging field.  ...  Context-aware mobile applications are systems that can sense clues about the situational environment and enable appropriate mechanisms of interaction between end users and systems, making mobile devices  ...  perception of context information, we believe that the next generation of mobile handheld devices will be increasingly equipped with adaptive, personalized, and intelligent context-aware applications.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.02403 fatcat:m2ym6bb4mjbe3kcj5xe3vgnrxe

Model-based approaches for interoperability of next generation enterprise information systems: state of the art and future challenges

Gregory Zacharewicz, Saikou Diallo, Yves Ducq, Carlos Agostinho, Ricardo Jardim-Goncalves, Hassan Bazoun, Zhongjie Wang, Guy Doumeingts
2016 Information Systems and E-Business Management  
In this context, enterprise information systems (EIS) are especially important because: (1) they remain one of the last levers to increase the performance and competitiveness of the enterprise, (2) we  ...  operate in a business world where the product itself has reached a limit of performance and quality due to uniform capacity of industrial tools in a globalized economy and (3) the EIS can increase the  ...  Lawson (2013) presented the potential of intelligent information coming from ''only'' structured information.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10257-016-0317-8 fatcat:roxormqplzh7dpag4csvg2yevi

Next Generation Avionics System Of Future Launch Vehicle

Guangping Qi, Ran Duan, Haifeng Sun, Hu Zhou, Zongyou Xiang, Wenting Li
2015 Proceedings of the 2015 Joint International Mechanical, Electronic and Information Technology Conference   unpublished
In the next generation launch system, a simpler launch system allows the frequent launch by largely-reducing operational costs through enhancing aspects of operational efficiency launch systems are improved  ...  One new conception avionics system of launch vehicle is proposed according to the future technology trend.  ...  And the state of distributor can be gotten from the intelligent interface, which is useful for the malfunction diagnose.  ... 
doi:10.2991/jimet-15.2015.230 fatcat:mtw3bkeidrbcdacqkxevm5vtdy

Benefits of Sharing Information from Commercial Airborne Forward-Looking Sensors in the Next Generation Air Transportation System

Philip Schaffner, Steven Harrah, Robert Neece
2012 4th AIAA Atmospheric and Space Environments Conference   unpublished
Concepts are under development to support a Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) that by some estimates will need to support up to three times current capacity by the year 2025.  ...  To support safe operations in the NextGen environment advanced systems for collection and dissemination of aviation weather and environmental information will be required.  ...  ) Subproject within the Atmospheric Environment Safety Technologies (AEST) Project and Safe Flight Deck Systems & Operations (SFD S&O) Subproject within the Vehicle Systems Safety Technology (VSST) Project  ... 
doi:10.2514/6.2012-2789 fatcat:dsa7tdpg3nfixjgtp3tdpcpnwq

Multi-agent Mediator architecture for distributed manufacturing

Francisco P. Maturana, Douglas H. Norrie
1996 Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing  
The generic Mediator approach can be used for other distributed organizational systems beyond the intelligent manufacturing application it was originally developed for.  ...  Both the machines and the parts involved in this production system are considered as intelligent agents.  ...  New architectures are required for the next generation of manufacturing systems to meet these challenges.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf00124828 fatcat:enxjmjmkrvbfxiniyrrqr4re2i

Edge Intelligence for Next Generation Wireless Networks

Yi Qian
2021 IEEE wireless communications  
The first article, "Blockchain-Enabled Applications in Next-Generation Wireless Systems: Challenges and Opportunities" by X.  ...  Edge intelligence has emerged as a new trend for next generation wireless networks.  ...  Edge Intelligence for Next Generation Wireless Networks I n the past decade we have witnessed the development of machine learning and artificial intelligence algorithms with cloud computing in providing  ... 
doi:10.1109/mwc.2021.9430852 fatcat:wk2ikmkjtrh6hapld46ne37wxu

Next Generation Manufacturing Systems in the IMS Program [chapter]

T. Kurihara, J. Jordan, P. Bunce
1997 Information Infrastructure Systems for Manufacturing  
The International Intelligent Manufacturing Systems (lMS) Program is an important program of cooperative research projects, one of which is the Next Generation Manufacturing Systems (NGMS) project.  ...  NGMS seeks to develop the technologies and methodologies needed for the manufacturing systems that will support the next generation of manufacturing enterprise.  ...  • Information and knowledge based, human intelligence oriented • Modular to support distribution and autonomy, but cooperative to achieve enterprise goals • Environmentally aware Key characteristics of  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35063-9_36 fatcat:xgdvq7stx5a7pabrhlfl5ebjii

Industrial applications of distributed AI

B. Chaib-draa
1995 Communications of the ACM  
The best way to take advantage of these overlaps to eliminate imprecision and uncertainty is to cooperate with the neighboring groups of sensors to evaluate and to interpret the available data.  ...  The main reason is that these applications necessitate distributed interpretation and distributed planning by means of intelligent sensors.  ...  Generally, the DAI field aims to construct systems of intelligent entities that interact productively with one another.  ... 
doi:10.1145/219717.219761 fatcat:f26mbbwhs5cd3jbkphsw4jyidy

From the Internet of Information to the Internet of Intelligence [article]

F. Richard Yu
2019 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we argue that the next cooperation paradigm could be the "Internet of intelligence (Intelligence-Net)", where intelligence can be easily obtained like energy and information, enabled by  ...  Recently, the "curse of modeling" and "curse of dimensionality" of the cross-system design paradigm have resulted in the popularity of using artificial intelligence (AI) to optimize the Internet of information  ...  With collective learning, humans can learn from data, preserve intelligence, share it with one another, and pass it to the next generation.  ... 
arXiv:1909.08068v1 fatcat:mzfxfy7l4babhecdqisvrma4xi

Holonic Manufacturing with Intelligent Objects [chapter]

Eddy Bajic, Frédéric Chaxel
2002 Knowledge and Technology Integration in Production and Services  
After a survey of manufacturing systems evolution, it deals with the holan-product concept and its instantiation to the physical part product as a key issue to novel manufacturing system.  ...  This paper presents and analyzes different approaches in the implementation of the Intelligent Manufacturing System concept, with a main focus on the halon paradigm proposed by the HMS project.  ...  The previous paradigms are actually drawing up the next generation manufacturing systems to come.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35613-6_33 fatcat:nqq32bihsndatek53ihtuxo6xm

Research on Intelligent Manufacturing System Based on Multi-Agent [chapter]

Qinglin Guo, Ming Zhang
2008 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
environment, and one of the significant technologies to construct the manufacturing system of next generation.  ...  It has been considered that the Agent technology is an important method to build the model of distributed industrial system, the most natural way to design and implement the distributed Intelligent Manufacturing  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to acknowledge the support from the Foundation of Post-Doctor in China, the National Natural Science Foundation of China (90412010, 60573166), the Specialized Research Fund  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-88518-4_89 fatcat:egb6dpw3rnhe3pngeu34s5aoje

Web Intelligence (WI): What Makes Wisdom Web?

Jiming Liu
2003 International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence  
Information Technology (IT) on the next generation of Web-empowered products, systems, services, and activities.  ...  and advanced Information Technology (IT) on the next generation of Web-empowered systems, services, and environments.  ...  Acknowledgments 1 would like to thank Ning Zhong and Yiyu Yao for their continuing collaborations in the development of Web Intelligence (WI). The contents of this paper include their contributions.  ... 
dblp:conf/ijcai/Liu03 fatcat:rzbglas6wnfbfcl5mkk2yh7vkq

Multi-agent systems: Selected reading

I&S Monitor
2002 Information & Security An International Journal  
Information theoretic principles of agents. Publications of Katia Sycara  Mobile Agents: The Next Generation in Distributed Computing.  Mobile agents: Motivations and State of the Art.  ...  Information Gathering and Decision Support  Designing a Multi-Agent Portfolio Management SystemCooperative Intelligent Software Agents  Modeling teams of specialists  Distributed Problem Solving  ... 
doi:10.11610/isij.0807 fatcat:ehdj4jiesfa4bosajcvgw6n2pe

The Role of Business-to-Control Agents in Next Generation Automation Enterprise Systems [chapter]

Francisco P., Eugene Liberm
2010 Factory Automation  
This paper discusses the characteristic of intelligent technology and how the agents communicate and cooperate in the different levels of the automation systems. 17  ...  The next logical step in the agent technology evolution is to extend the agent technology capability to the enterprise level.  ...  Business-to-Control Agents in Next Generation Automation Enterprise Systems  ... 
doi:10.5772/9512 fatcat:fluwpae6t5ci3gsbcxfve5frne
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