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An infrastructure for automating information sharing in analytic collaboration

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4 Author(s)
Mack, G.A. ; Adv. Syst. & Concepts, SAIC, Arlington, VA ; Fado, D. ; Blake, M.B. ; Widdows, D.

In many parts of the intelligence community data gathers at rates that preclude the ability of analysts and policy makers to ingest, let alone comprehend, the complex information confronting them without working together in teams. These teams often form ad-hoc, mission-oriented communities of practice, and sometimes larger multi-mission communities of interest. These communities can be distributed across the globe. Within these communities analysts try to share their insights but often end up simply passing around partially processed information. This paper reports on developments toward a next generation collaboration supporting small groups of analysts (or policy makers) engaged in joint analysis and problem solving. The work reported in this paper "automates what ought to be automated," differentiating between what machines do well and what humans do well. It describes an infrastructure that automates much of the information exchange between analysts while at the same time creating an environment that facilitates insight sharing among analysts in a community of interest

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Aerospace Conference, 2006 IEEE

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