Présentation d'un cadre formel pour l'analyse de situation – Application à la décision collaborative dans le cadre d'une coalition

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Authors
  1. Jousselme, A.-L.
  2. Maupin, P.
Corporate Authors
Defence R&D Canada - Valcartier, Valcartier QUE (CAN)
Abstract
The general problem addressed in this work1 is the formalization of the analysis of a coalition. We proposed a formal model of coalition analysis, relying on the capacity of a coalition to thus achieve a mission. The achievement of a mission implies on the one hand, a planning task through the definition of a sequence of joint actions to be performed, and on the other hand, the situation analysis that the coalition faces. These two tasks are in general regarded as distinct and the mathematical tools to treat them, different. The originality of the approach suggested in order to tackle the problem of analysis of coalition rests on a general language used at the same time for the problems of planning and analysis of situation. Thanks to this approach, the process of planning can be founded on the effects while accounting for the mental states of the agents required as pre-conditions to actions. The generality of the formal language proposed makes it possible to bind the concepts of capacity and situation awareness, often considered and defined separately mainly because of the limitations of the tools used. The specific problem approached in this report is that of formalization of the process of situation analysis. Formal definitions of situation, situational awareness, situation analysis are given. The modeling and the evolution of beliefs and knowledge as well as the associated uncertainty are defined in the network of agents which form a coalition. The concepts of group epist

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Keywords
analyse de situation;systèmes interprétés;modèle formel;fusion d'information;coalition
Report Number
DRDC-VALCARTIER-TR-2007-003 — Technical Report
Date of publication
01 May 2014
Number of Pages
116
DSTKIM No
CA046484
CANDIS No
806949
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF)

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