Investigate the Assessment of Information Structures using Graphs

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Authors
  1. Allard, Y.
  2. Mayrand, M.
Corporate Authors
Defence Research and Development Canada, Atlantic Research Centre, Halifax NS (CAN);OODA Technologies Inc., Montreal, QUE. (CAN)
Abstract
The rapid increase of information and communication technologies has made accessible large amounts of information stored in different application-specific databases. The key commonalities underlying database applications are that they use structured representations. In maritime domain awareness, several schemas and ontologies have been proposed. When database schemas for the same domain are developed by independent parties, they will almost always be quite different from each other. As an example, some are used within a more specific domain, such as track representation in a Command and Control System (CCS), while others, such as National Information Exchange Model - Maritime (NIEM-M) Information Exchange Package Documentation (IEPD), aim to be applicable in a wide range of maritime applications where the exchange of information is necessary.
Keywords
schema matching;database structure
Report Number
DRDC-RDDC-2015-C162 — Contract Report
Date of publication
31 Mar 2015
Number of Pages
78
DSTKIM No
CA041228
CANDIS No
802217
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF)

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