Integration Strategy for PROGNOS Knowledge Exchange Module Interfaces (ISP-KEMI)
This is the website for the Integration Strategy for PROGNOS Knowledge Exchange Module Interfaces (ISP-KEMI) project that was completed for the Spring 2010 SYST 798/OR 680 at George Mason University.
PROGNOS is a predictive naval situation awareness system that will support decision makers by providing actionable and decision relevant information. It is also a project currently led by George Mason University’s C4I Center for the U.S. Navy to improve situation awareness for the U.S. Navy and to provide predictive analysis “with principled hypothesis management.” PROGNOS consists of five essential modules responsible for different system functionalities and providing different capabilities: Reasoning, Knowledge Management, Knowledge Storage, Knowledge Exchange, and Simulation.
A systems engineering approaches is needed to integrate PROGNOS with FORCEnet systems due to interface with multiple Naval platforms and C2 and ISR systems and to interoperate with multiple systems each with different formats and standards.
The ISP-KEMI project is to provide an approach that will integrate PROGNOS with FORCEnet and to define external interfaces for the PROGNOS Knowledge Exchange Module.
Dr. Paulo Costa
Research Assistant Professor at the GMU's C4I Center and Affiliate Professor at the Department of Systems Engineering and Operations Research
Richard Rockweiler - Master of
Science in System Engineering
Nhan Nguyen - Master of Science in System Engineering
Cheol Young Park - Master of Science in System Engineering
Lisahyunhee Kim - Master of Science in Operation Research