Intelligent and Adaptive Interface (IAI) for Cognitive Cockpit (CC)

Interface Adaptative et Intelligente (IAI) pour le Pilotage Cognitif (PC)

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Authors
  1. Edwards, J.L.
Corporate Authors
Defence R&D Canada - Toronto, Toronto ONT (CAN);Artificial Intelligence Management and Development Corp, Toronto ONT (CAN)
Abstract
The purpose of this contract was to extend earlier work on goal-tracking interface design principles and methods in order to support adaptive aiding for the CF-18 air domain. A systematic methodology for analysing, designing and building an intelligent help system made use of the CommonKADS knowledge management and engineering methodology, the Explicit Models Design methodology, used in the earlier work, and concepts from the Software Agent Paradigm. Much of the work involved developing templates for representing knowledge contained in a Composite Mission Scenario (CMS) and using those to represent its content. A proposal for managing and engineering help for the CF-18 domain was proposed. Given the development stage of DRDC Toronto’s CF-18 simulation, it was not possible to incorporate the work this work into the simulation, however, other alternatives were examined, the most viable of which involved adapting a commercial, off-the-shelf product. Recommendations for future work included refining and extending the proposed methodology, the templates for representing knowledge in the air domain, and concluding that will permit adapting a commercial off-the-shelf simulation to demonstrate intelligent aiding. The last item will help inform the best approach to implementing intelligent aiding for the DRDC simulation, as work on that nears completion.

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Keywords
CF-18;COGNITIVE COCKPIT;COMMONKADS;EXPLICIT MODELS DESIGN;INTELLIGENT AIDING;INTELLIGENT AND ADAPTIVE INTERFACES;INTELLIGENT HELP;INTELLIGENT INTERFACE DESIGN;KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING;KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT;KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION;PLAN RECOGNITION;PLAN GENERATION;SIMULATION;WORLD MODEL
Report Number
DRDC-TORONTO-CR-2004-127 — Contractor Report
Date of publication
31 Mar 2004
Number of Pages
167
DSTKIM No
CA026628
CANDIS No
524529
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF)

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