A Practical Military Ontology Construction for the Intelligent Army Tactical Command Information System
AbstractThe purpose of this research is to construct a military ontology as the core element for implementing the intelligent Army Tactical Command Information System (ATCIS). Using the military ontology, the system can automatically understand and manage the meaning of military information in the system, and hence it can provide a commander with military knowledge for decision making. To construct the military ontology, we define the core concepts of the ontology based on terms extracted from the ATCIS database and complete the ontology by using the mixed ontology building methodology (MOBM). In addition, we implement intelligent ATCIS as a prototype that provides a military concept navigation service and commanders' decision support service to demonstrate how to use the military ontology in practice.
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