11 May 1987 A Real-Time Advisory System For Airborne Early Warning
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Decision speed and quality can be greatly enhanced by the use of decision augmentation software to assist operators in information analysis and tactical problem solving, dynamic resource allocation, and in determining strategies which optimize overall system performance. One example of such software is the real-time advisory system (RTAS) being constructed to assist in tactical decision-making for airborne early warning (AEW) aircraft, particularly the carrier-based Navy E-2C. Using a vector logic approach, the current AEW RTAS is a real-time backward chaining expert system which provides advice for both threat interception and refueling in the complex Outer Air Battle Scenario. This paper describes the current system, discusses a number of design issues for such a system, and describes ongoing modifications to the current AEW RTAS using SAIC's frame-based knowledge repre-sentation language (KRL).
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D . B. Kirk, M. E. Cromwell, M. L. Donnell, C. L. Barrett, "A Real-Time Advisory System For Airborne Early Warning", Proc. SPIE 0786, Applications of Artificial Intelligence V, (11 May 1987); doi: 10.1117/12.940643; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.940643
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Artificial intelligence

Computer simulations

Human-machine interfaces

Visualization

Logic

Process control

Defense and security

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