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TODO

  • Dynamic Behavior Protocol (DBP) description, C-BML, semantic track with VIRT, etc. 
  • Get reference on Trafalgar-preparations story
  • Significance of track interchange as a semantic common denominator for maritime C2
  • Track Data Converter documentation and slideset
  • NIEM editor

Stay tuned, a variety of completed past work is being added here with lots more to follow.  We have not yet "turned the corner" on achieving semantic interoperability, but it does appear that we are surrounding the problem.

Rich Semantic Track

Rich Semantic Track (RST) is a research project to identify and describe the fundamental semantics of track data for data exchange and common processing across multiple systems. The work originated in papers by Prof Rick Hayes-Roth in association with his concept of "valued information at the right time" (VIRT), where the information enterprise is aware of specific user information needs based on user activities and can find and direct such information to the user to meet those needs.

  • Blais, Curtis, Rich Semantic Track: Formalizing the semantics and pragmatics of track data for interchange and common processing, Presentation to the 2015 MOVES Academic Working Group (MAWG), Naval Postgraduate School, 20 May 2015.
  • Blais, Curtis, Rich Semantic Track: Formalizing the semantics and pragmatics of track data for interchange and common processing, Poster Session, 2015 MOVES Academic Working Group (MAWG), Naval Postgraduate School, 20 May 2015.


TODO

  • Dynamic Behavior Protocol (DBP) description, C-BML, semantic track with VIRT, etc. 
  • Get reference on Trafalgar-preparations story
  • Significance of track interchange as a semantic common denominator for maritime C2
  • Track Data Converter documentation and slideset
  • NIEM editor

Stay tuned, a variety of completed past work is being added here with lots more to follow.  We have not yet "turned the corner" on achieving semantic interoperability, but it does appear that we are surrounding the problem.

Contact

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