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A linguistic approach for the control of information flow in a battlefield environment

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2 Author(s)
Beauchamp, J.N. ; ECI Div., E-Syst., St. Petersburg, FL, USA ; Kandel, A.

We developed three linguistic statements to describe user information desires in a battlefield information environment. These rules are based on end-user interest in each track report generated from radars across the battlefield. Along with these rules of user interest, a linguistic statement describing communications systems capabilities at each node was created. These linguistic statements were converted to fuzzy variables and these variables were used as network control devices in a simulation model. The model results show that effective communications control can be exercised by these simple rules

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Fuzzy Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 4 )