Active Conceptual Modeling of Learning Workshop
SPACE AND NAVAL WARFARE SYSTEMS CENTER SAN DIEGO CA
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The Active Conceptual Modeling of Learning ACM-L Workshop convened to accomplish the following goals 1 Introduce the Science and Technology ST challenge, 2 Provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and research results of the proposed research and the impact in the Department of Defense DoD and commercial applications, 3 Identify a research and development RD agenda for a technology development investigation. The ACM-L effort aims to develop ACM-L technology for next-generation learning-base system development. The effort focuses on enhancing our fundamental understanding of how to model continual learning from past experiences, and how to capture knowledge from transitions between system states. This understanding will enable us to provide traceable lessons learned to improve current situations, adapt to new situations, and potentially predict future actions. The goal is to provide a theoretical framework for the ACM-L. This framework is based on the Entity-Relationship ER approach and the human memory paradigm for developing a learning base to support complex applications such as homeland security global situation monitoring command, control, communication, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance C4ISR and cognitive capability development. The workshop was attended by invited researchersparticipants and SPAWAR Systems Center San Diego SSC San Diego employees All workshop sessions were unclassified. The agenda for the workshop, keynote addresses, and position paper abstracts are provided in Appendices A, B, and C.
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