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Plan-based information requirements: automated knowledge acquisition to support information management in an intelligent pilot-vehicle interface

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4 Author(s)
Miller, Christopher A. ; Honeywell SRC, Minneapolis, MN, USA ; Shalin, V. ; Geddes, N. ; Hoshstrasser, B.

The authors describe a prototype system that automatically derives abstract, display-independent information requirements (IRs) from a characterization of a pilot-level plan. Objects and actions present in the plan can also be used to describe the manner in which the information will be required, e.g., with what scope, resolution, bandwidth, etc. This information can then be used as the basis for display management within the pilot-vehicle interface model of the US Air Force's Pilot's Associate (PA). The project described is called Learning System for Information Requirements (LSIR). The goal of this research was increased speed, accuracy, consistency, and completeness in the plan based information requirements knowledge base of the PA

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Digital Avionics Systems Conference, 1992. Proceedings., IEEE/AIAA 11th

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5-8 Oct 1992