[CEUR Workshop Proceedings] Vol-713

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Semantic Technologies for Intelligence, Defense, and Security

Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Semantic Technologies for Intelligence, Defense, and Security

Fairfax, VA, USA, October 27-28, 2010.

Edited by

Paulo C. G. da Costa *
Kathryn B. Laskey*

* George Mason University, Volgenau School of Information Technology and Engineering, Fairfax, VA, USA

Table of Contents

    Research Papers

  1. Maintaining Temporal Perspective
    5-12 Ian Emmons, Douglas Reid
  2. Introducing Ontological Realism for Semi-Supervised Detection and Annotation of Operationally Significant Activity in Surveillance Videos
    13-20 Werner Ceusters, Jason Corso, Yun Fu, Michalis Petropoulos, Venkat Krovi
  3. Ontological Constructs to Create Money Laundering Schemes
    21-29 Murad Mehmet, Duminda Wijesekera
  4. Enabling Rich Discovery of Web Services by Projecting Weak Semantics from Structural Specifications
    30-41 Leo Obrst, Dru McCandless, Michael Bankston
  5. Using Ontological Information to Enhance Responder Availability in Emergency Response
    42-49 Paul Ngo, Duminda Wijesekera
  6. Patient-Centric Secure-and-Privacy-Preserving Service-Oriented Architecture for Health Information Integration and Exchange
    50-56 Mahmoud Awad, Larry Kerschberg

Application Papers

  1. Reified Literals: A Best Practice Candidate Design Pattern for Increased Expressivity in the Intelligence Community
    58-65 Eric Peterson
  2. Using New Standards to Develop IC Ontologies
    66-71 Richard Lee
  3. Semantic Wiki for Visualization of Social Media Analysis
    72-79 Daniel Reininger, David Ihrie, Bob Bullard
  4. Collected Imagery Ontology: Semantics for Airborne Video
    80-91 Alexander Mirzaoff
  5. The Application of a Course-of-Action Ontology to Support OPFOR COA Selection and Assessment
    92-99 Timothy Darr, Richard Mayer and Perakath Benjamin
  6. A Semantic Wiki Alerting Environment Incorporating Credibility and Reliability Evaluation
    100-107 Brian Ulicny, Christopher J. Matheus, Mieczyslaw M. Kokar
  7. TIACRITIS System and Textbook: Learning Intelligence Analysis through Practicev
    108-115 Gheorghe Tecuci, Mihai Boicu, Dorin Marcu, David Schum, Benjamin Hamilton
  8. Toward an Ontology Architecture for Cyber-Security Standards
    116-123 Mary C. Parmelee

Position Papers

  1. Semantic Real Time Intelligent Decision Automation
    125-128 Bill Guinn, Jans Aasman
  2. Using Ontologies to Mitigate LDAP Deficiencies
    129-135 Joshua Powers

16-Apr-2011: submitted by Paulo C. G. da Costa
17-Apr-2011: published on CEUR-WS.org