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A Multi-agent Architecture for NATO Network Enabled Capabilities: Enabling Semantic Interoperability in Dynamic Environments (NC3A RD-2376)

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Powers, B. ; Consultation Command & Control (C3) Agency, NATO, The Hague

The use of autonomous agents in conjunction with semantic Web technologies such as extensible markup language (XML), resource description framework (RDF), Web services and ontologies will enhance the effectiveness of NATO network enabled capabilities (NNEC) operations. The semantic interoperability collaborative multi-agent architecture (Sl-CoMAr), incorporates semantic Web components, to address the issue of enabling interoperability at the semantic level, in dynamic environments such as those supported by the NNEC concept of operations.

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Computer Software and Applications, 2008. COMPSAC '08. 32nd Annual IEEE International

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July 28 2008-Aug. 1 2008