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I-P2 - Intelligent Process Panels to Support Coalition Operations

By Austin Tate, J Dalton and J Stader

Abstract

The University of Edinburgh and research sponsors are authorised to reproduce and distribute reprints and on-line copies for their purposes notwithstanding any copyright annotation hereon. The views and conclusions contained herein are the author’s and shouldn’t be interpreted as necessarily representing the official policies or endorsements, either expressed or implied, of other parties.I-X is a research programme with a number of different aspects intended to create a well-founded approach to allow humans and computer systems to cooperate in the creation or modification of some product or products such as documents, plans or designs. I-X may also be used to support more general collaborative activity.The I-X research draws on earlier work on O-Plan (Tate et.al., 1998; Tate et.al., 2000; Tate et.al., 2002), <I-N-OVA> (Tate, 1996), the Enterprise Project (Fraser and Tate, 1995; Stader, 1996); Uschold, et.al., 1998) and the TBPM project (Stader, 2000) but seeks to make the framework generic and to clarify terminology, simplify the approach taken, and increase re-usability and applicability of the core ideas.I-X Applications are being studied in a variety of areas. These currently include:· Coalition Operations (CoAX: I-LEED, I-DEEL)· Emergency and Unusual Procedure Assistance (I-Rescue)· Help Desk Support (I-Help)· Multi-Perspective Knowledge Modelling and Management (I-AKT)· Contextualised Presentations of Procedures and Plans (I-Tell)· Collaborative Meeting and Task Support (I-Room, I-Space)An application of I-X Process Panels within a military Coalition context - part of the Coalition Agents eXperiment - CoAX\ud (Allsopp et.al., 2001; Allsopp et.al., 2002) will be described in this paper

Topics: artificial intelligence, collaboration, computer science, Informatics, Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute
Publisher: Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute, University of Edinburgh
Year: 2002
OAI identifier: oai:www.era.lib.ed.ac.uk:1842/2254

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