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Intelligent battlespace awareness and information dissemination through the application of BDI intelligent agent technologies
Author(s): Andrew Lucas; Ralph Ronnquist; Nick Howden; Paul S. Gaertner; John Haub
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Paper Abstract

Battlespace digitisation systems must be flexible enough to maximise the effectiveness of manoeuvre warfare against a range of possible threats. Currently, this flexibility is largely a manual process. The aim of this paper is to examine the applicability of Belief, Desire and Intention (BDI) intelligent agent technologies for use in situation awareness and information dissemination systems. This paper illustrates how intelligent software can be used: to enhance the effectiveness of battlespace digitisation systems. The BDI agent model is an event-driven execution model providing both reactive and proactive behaviour. The utility of this model is demonstrated via the agent-based Collection Plan Management System (CPMS).

Paper Details

Date Published: 4 August 2000
PDF: 11 pages
Proc. SPIE 4037, Digitization of the Battlespace V and Battlefield Biomedical Technologies II, (4 August 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.395053
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Andrew Lucas, Agent Oriented Software Pty. Ltd. (Australia)
Ralph Ronnquist, Agent Oriented Software Pty. Ltd. (Australia)
Nick Howden, Agent Oriented Software Pty. Ltd. (Australia)
Paul S. Gaertner, Defence Science and Technology Organisation (Australia)
John Haub, Defence Science and Technology Organisation (Australia)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4037:
Digitization of the Battlespace V and Battlefield Biomedical Technologies II
Raja Suresh; Homer H. Pien; Homer H. Pien, Editor(s)

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