1 March 1991 Intelligent information system: for automation of airborne early warning crew decision processes
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This paper describes an automation of AEW crew decision processed implemented in an intelligent information system for an advanced AEW aircraft platform. The system utilizes the existing AEW aircraft database and knowledge base such that the database can provide sufficient data to solve the sizable AEW problems. A database management system is recommended for managing the large amount of data. In order to expand a conventional expert system so that is has the capacity to solve the sizable problems, a cooperative model is required to coordinate with five expert systems in the cooperative decision process. The proposed model partitions the traditional knowledge base into a set of disjoint portions which cover the needs of and are shared by the expert systems. Internal communications take place on common shared portions. A cooperative algorithm is required for updating synchronization and concurrent control. The purpose of this paper is to present a cooperative model for enhancing standard rule-based expert systems to make cooperative decision and to superimpose the global knowledge base and database in a more natural fashion. The tools being used for developing the prototype are the ADA programming language and the ORACLE relational database management system.
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Hubert H. Chin, "Intelligent information system: for automation of airborne early warning crew decision processes", Proc. SPIE 1468, Applications of Artificial Intelligence IX, (1 March 1991); doi: 10.1117/12.45469; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.45469
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