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Expert system technology for the military: selected samples

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5 Author(s)
Franklin, J.E. ; Planning Res. Corp. Gov. Inf. Syst., McLean, VA, USA ; Carmody, C.L. ; Keller, K. ; Levitt, T.S.
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Considers the applications of expert systems to complex military problems. A brief description of needs for expert systems in the military arena is given. An important aspect of expert systems concerns using uncertain information and ill-defined procedures. Many of the general techniques of dealing with uncertainty are described. The major portion of this work addresses specific expert system examples such as resource allocation, identification of radar images, maintenance and troubleshooting of electronic equipment, and the interpretation and understanding of radar images. Extensions of expert systems to incorporate learning are examined in the context of military intelligence to determine the disposition, location, and intentions of the adversary. The final application involves the use of distributed communicating cooperating expert systems for battle management.<>

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Proceedings of the IEEE  (Volume:76 ,  Issue: 10 )