Command and Control Ontology

International Journal of Intelligent Defence Support Systems (Special Issue) 4 (3) (2011)
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Intelligent defence support systems are confronted with the need to manage ever-increasing floods of data in a way that raises significant challenges because the data are described and presented using different terminologies and formats. How, on this basis, is it possible to reach a common understanding of the information content of these data among people and software agents? How is it possible to ensure that domain knowledge is reused in consistent fashion in a way that makes this information available for integration and analysis? How can we support the identification, selection, composition, and orchestration of services based on such diverse data providing homogeneous support by a service-oriented architecture? This collection is devoted to the use of ontologies to answer questions such as these.

Author Profiles

Andreas Tolk
Universit√§t der Bundeswehr M√ľnchen (PhD)
Barry Smith
University at Buffalo


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