A FIRST GLANCE AT REAL-TIME KNOWLEDGE-BASE SYSTEMS FOR THE THREAT EVALUATION AND WEAPON ASSIGNMENT PROCESS

Authors
  1. Carling, R.
Corporate Authors
Defence Research Establishment Valcartier, Valcartier QUE (CAN)
Abstract
A knowledge-base TEWA has been built in SMALLTALK/HUMBLE to do Threat Evaluation and Weapon Assignment for a single stationary TRUMPlike ship attacked by anti-ship missiles. The TRUMPlike ship is equipped with SM-2 missiles, a medium calibre gun, a close-in weapon system and suitable softkill weapon systems. Paper describes knowledge-base TEWA for the TRUMPklike ship and gives results of its performance in multi-threat scenarios. Also describes current efforts to have the TEWA assign hardkill/softkill weapons to anti-ship missiles equipped with radar, infrared or ARM (anti-radiation missile) seeker heads from a ship which can manoeuvre. Presents a list of real time requirements that the knowledge-base must satisfy when it does threat evaluation and weapon assignment for a single ship in self-defence role, and describes the problems to be overcome in building a real-time knowledge-base TEWA for Canadian ships.
Report Number
RMCC,K/O-PROC-AES-4-92-P-49 — @Paper presented at the Symposium/Workshop on Applications of Expert Systems in DND, Kingston, Ontario, 23-24 April 1992; CONTAINED IN 93-00343
Date of publication
01 Apr 1992
Number of Pages
25 (p49-73)
DSTKIM No
93-00342
CANDIS No
127747
Format(s):
Microfiche filmed at DSIS;Originator's fiche received by DSIS

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