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Data fusion on the Rekursiv object-oriented architecture

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2 Author(s)
Harrison, A. ; Software Eng. Group, RMCS (Cranfield ; Moulding, M.R.

A sea-going data fusion system (DFS), based upon blackboard and rule-based paradigms, is currently under development at ARE and incorporates much of the functionality satisfactorily demonstrated in earlier prototypes. Data fusion rules have been embedded in knowledge sources (KSs) which operate upon a central blackboard data structure. The authors investigate the possibility of speeding-up the data fusion process by running the ARE model on the Rekursiv object-oriented computer architecture

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Principles and Applications of Data Fusion, IEE Colloquium on

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4 Feb 1991