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Level 5 (User Refinement) issues supporting Information Fusion Management

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Erik Blasch ; Air Force Research Lab, 2241 Avionics Cir, WPAFB, OH 45433,

Subsequent revisions to the Joint-Directors of Lab (JDL) model emphasize the differentiation between fusion (estimation) and sensor management (control). Two diverging groups include one pressing for fusion automation (JDL revisions) and one advocating the role of the user (user-fusion model). The center of debate is real-world delivery of fusion systems which requires presenting fusion results for knowledge representation (fusion estimation) and knowledge reasoning (control management). The purpose of the paper is to highlight the need of Users, with individual differences, facilitated by knowledge representations to reason about user situational awareness (SA). This paper includes: (1) Addressing the user in system management/control. (2) Assessing information quality (metrics) to support SA. (3) Evaluating Fusion systems to deliver user info needs, (4) Planning knowledge delivery for dynamic updating. (5) Designing SA interfaces to support user reasoning

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2006 9th International Conference on Information Fusion

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10-13 July 2006