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Event-triggered data and knowledge sharing among collaborating government organizations

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Event-triggered data and knowledge sharing among collaborating government organizations
Solving complex global problems such as illegal immigration, border control, and terrorism requires government organizations at all levels to share not only data but, more importantly, knowledge pertinent to decision support, problem solving and activity coordination. Responding to an emergency often requires organizational and inter-organizational policies and complex operating procedures to be followed. In this work, we focus on the sharing of data associated with events of interest to collaborating organizations. Condition-action-alternative-action rules, logic/derivation rules, and constraint rules are used to define organizational and inter-organizational policies, regulations, and data and security constraints. Structures of these heterogeneous rules are used to capture organizational processes and operating procedures. A distributed event-triggered knowledge sharing system enables the interoperation of distributed, heterogeneous rules and rule structures on the data associated ...
Seema Degwekar, Jeff DePree, Howard W. Beck, Carla
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where DGO
Authors Seema Degwekar, Jeff DePree, Howard W. Beck, Carla S. Thomas, Stanley Y. W. Su
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