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Establishing a Data-Mining Environment for Wartime Event Prediction with an Object-Oriented Command and Control Database

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Establishing a Data-Mining Environment for Wartime Event Prediction with an Object-Oriented Command and Control Database
This paper documents progress to date on a research project, the goal of which is wartime event prediction. The paper describes the operational concept, the datamining environment, and the data-mining techniques that use Bayesian networks for classification. Key steps in the research plan are (1)implement machine learning, (2) test the trained networks, and (3) use the technique to support a battlefield commander by predicting enemy attacks. Data for training and testing the technique can be extracted from the object-oriented database that supports the Integrated Marine Multi-Agent Command and Control System (IMMACCS). The class structure in the IMMACCS data model is especially well suited to support attack classification. Establishing a Data-Mining Environment for Wartime Event Prediction with an Object-Oriented Command and Control Database Marion G. Ceruti SSC San Diego S. Joe McCarthy Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
Marion G. Ceruti, S. Joe McCarthy
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where ISORC
Authors Marion G. Ceruti, S. Joe McCarthy
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