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Software agents and workflows meet CCISs interoperability

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1 Author(s)
Z. Maamar ; Interoperability Group, Defence Res. Establ. Valcartier, Courcelette, Que., Canada

A command-and-control information system (CCIS) is a military application that provides information to be used by a commander. The use of a single CCIS is rather easy. However, the operation becomes much more complex when several CCISs, generally distributed and heterogeneous, are required. As a solution, we intend to set up software agents that support the interoperability of these CCISs. The development and management of these agents are based on two different concepts, namely mobility and workflow. This research is part of the IC2IS (Interoperable Command and Control Information Systems) project

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Knowledge and Data Engineering Exchange, 1999. (KDEX '99) Proceedings. 1999 Workshop on

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1999