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STATE UNIV OF NEW YORK AT BUFFALO CENTER FOR MULTISOURCE INFORMATION FUSION

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Works: 4 works in 4 publications in 1 language and 4 library holdings
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Research in Evaluation Methods for Data Fusion-Capable Tactical Platforms and Distributed Multi-platform Systems in Electronic Warfare and Information-Warfare Related Missions ( Book )
1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
We have shown that the design of a PE process for any multi-sensor or multi-aircraft fusion based system involves the design of a separate data fusion process involving association and estimation functions for PE purposes per se. Our publications to date have developed the theoretical and architectural groundings for this new PE process, and several case studies have been carried out to show sample implementations of the principles of this new methodology. In addition, some limited objective parametric experiments have also been carried out that show the application of the new evaluation methodology for typical aircraft problems. In this report, we summarize the findings of those past works, and show our research efforts related to extending the design and application of this methodology to air-to-air engagement problems involving higher levels of data fusion capability and the employment of electronic warfare systems. The report discusses the detailed strategies for data association, metric estimation and also the analytical techniques that exploit the formality of the methods of Statistical Design of Experiments and Analysis of Variance for these fusion applications. At the end we survey and study the various methods available in literature to solve the large factor Design of Experiment
Runtime Simulation for Post-Disaster Data Fusion Visualization ( file )
1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
With regard to the threats of recent natural and man-made disasters, it is important for a control center to be aware of the situation and be able to assess the threat. However, simulating a large amount of post-disaster fused data is a complicated task, and its visualization is even more difficult to achieve with the paradigm of common geo-referencing systems. We have developed a post-disaster monitoring interface that runs in a fusion-based simulation with High Level Architecture/Run Time Infrastructure (HLA/RTI). In our visualization system, damage and recovering activities are presented in a fast GIS vector map with convenient data and display manipulation. All data that comes from the data fusion federates is displayed at run-time and stored for further analysis. In addition, the pattern of time-aggregated data has enabled dynamic visualization, which includes the morphing of the casualty clusters. This feature provides an effective way to keep track of a region so that a user can easily be aware of the emerging trends. A unique approach to multiple views by the integration of 2D and 3D displays of the fused data is also described
High Level Fusion in the Cyber Domain ( file )
1 edition published in 2005 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
The objective of this report is to summarize the work performed during the summer at AFRL, Rome Research site by a team of researchers from SUNY at Buffalo and Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The team began their research with lessons learned from the testing of INFERD v1, and applied research methods to overcome the deficiencies found. These deficiencies and an overview of the old methodology of INFERD are discussed along with the results of this research. Work discussed in the report includes attack identification and tracking techniques, identification of cyber threats and modeling and generation of cyber environments for generation of data sets
Service-Oriented Architectures, Network-Centric Warfare, and Agile, Self-Synchronized C2: Impacts to Data Fusion Process Design ( file )
1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
One of the primary if not the central motivating rationale for Network-Centric Warfare (NCW) is that NCW provides an enabling mechanism for information sharing and shared understanding and awareness of military situations of interest, that in turn allows the realization of entirely new concepts of C2 that are advertised as providing greatly increased agility, speed of command, and synchronization in C2. In turn, the underlying enabling IT mechanism for NCW is the Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) concept, within which all functional services, to include Data Fusion Services, will presumably operate. These attractive but as-yet-not-fully-defined concepts represent a challenge to the Data Fusion community in terms of understanding the implications of the evolving NCW, SOA, and new C2 concepts on the design of Data Fusion Services. Key to this understanding in particular is the need for a close dialog with the C2 research community on exactly what the information needs of new C2 concepts will be and how those needs can best be met by appropriately-designed Data Fusion Services. This talk will address each of these issues and argue for the need for both: (1) a multi-community approach to the architecting of effective and efficient SOA's, and (2) for new initiatives in distributed Data Fusion to address the specific technical challenges of NCW-specific Data Fusion Service design and implementation. (It should be noted that this paper is drawn largely from US literature and so presents a US-based viewpoint developed by the author; the paper does not represent any official US governmental views.) This brief paper is intended to sketch the topical areas that will be addressed in the associated Keynote speech
 
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