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Knowledge-Based Replanning Applied to Coordinated-Service Mission Planning.
Rept. for Dec 84-Sep 86,
ROME AIR DEVELOPMENT CENTER GRIFFISS AFB NY
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The original objectives of the work described here were to critically analyze the Artificial Intelligence-based technology contributing to the tactical mission planning capability of its interface. The natural language interface is comprised, in part, of a dictionary-driven parser called APE-II. The parser and a script interpreter work to develop a Conceptual Dependency representation of he meaning of user input to KRS. The objectives of the effort were extended to include coordination with a research group from the Naval Ocean Systems Command Laboratory. Initiated as Projected Juniper under the Joint Directories of Laboratories Command, Control, and Communications technology program, the extended objective would be to demonstrate the feasibility of using distributed expert system decision aids to support the planning of coordinated Air Force and Navy air strike missions. Keywords Expert systems Air strike missions Data bases.
APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE