IMAGE Final Report – An Interactive Computer-Aided Cognition Capability

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Authors
  1. Lizotte, M.
  2. Bernier, F.
  3. Mokhtari, M.
  4. Boivin, É.
Corporate Authors
Defence R&D Canada - Valcartier, Valcartier QUE (CAN)
Abstract
With the advances in Science and Technology (S&T), we are now able to build artefacts whose complexity approaches those of life itself. To address the new defence and national security challenges of dealing with an ever increasing range of possibilities - some natural but many human-made - DRDC scientists propse a toolset concept that enables the collaboration of experts from different disciplines so that scientists can try to reach a shared understanding of a complex situation. The toolset concept supports the need for disentangling complex situations more quickly by using the synergy between knowledge representation, modeling, simulation, and visualisation technologies. Many Canadian Forces contexts could potentially benefit from such a toolset in order to accelerate understanding. A whole-of-government team working out a situation involving security, development, and political issues is an obvious context, but facing a cyber-threat requires an efficient collaboration between experts in order to analyze friendly plans, enemy intents, computer networks, and software applications.

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Keywords
complexity;comprehension;cognition;military;modeling;simulation;visuatlisation;representation;virtual reality
Report Number
DRDC-VALCARTIER-TR-2012-397 — Technical Report
Date of publication
01 Dec 2012
Number of Pages
140
DSTKIM No
CA046611
CANDIS No
806987
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF)

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