[CEUR Workshop Proceedings] Vol-808

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STIDS 2011
Semantic Technologies for Intelligence, Defense, and Security

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

Fairfax, VA, USA, November 16-17, 2011.

Edited by

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

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

Table of Contents

    Technical Papers

  1. Integration of Intelligence Data through Semantic Enhancement 6-13
    David Salmen, Tatiana Malyuta, Alan Hansen, Shaun Cronen, Barry Smith
  2. SCUBA: An Agent-Based Ontology Creation and Alignment Method for Socio-Cultural Modeling 14-21
    Donald Kretz, William Phillips, Bruce Peoples
  3. Semantic Policy Enforcement and Reconciliation for Information Exchange in XMPP 22-29
    Brian Ulicny, Won Ng, Oleg Simakoff, Jakub Moskal, Mieczyslaw Kokar
  4. A Framework for Ontology-Supported Intelligent Geospatial Feature Discovery Services 31-35
    Liping Di, Peng Yue, Peisheng Zhao, Wenli Yang, Weiguo Han
  5. CHAMPION: Intelligent Hierarchical Reasoning Agents for Enhanced Decision Support 36-43
    Ryan E. Hohimer, Frank L. Greitzer, Christine F. Noonan, Jana D. Strasburg
  6. Speech Acts and Tokens for Access Control and Provenance Tracking 44-51
    Fabian Neuhaus, Bill Andersen
  7. Finding and Explaining Similarities in Linked Data 52-59
    Catherine Olsson, Plamen Petrov, Jeff Sherman, Andrew Perez-Lopez
  8. COA Modeling with Probabilistic Ontologies 60-67
    Henrique C. Marques, Jose M. P. Oliveira, Paulo C. G. Costa
  9. Computational Theory and Cognitive Assistant for Intelligence Analysis 68-75
    Gheorghe Tecuci, Dorin Marcu, Mihai Boicu, David Schum, Katherine Russell
  10. PR-OWL 2 Case Study: A Maritime Domain Probabilistic Ontology 76-83
    Kathryn Laskey, Richard Haberlin, Rommel Carvalho, Paulo C. G. Costa

    Position Papers

  1. An Ontology-based Adaptive Reporting Tool 85-88
    Christian Martenson, Andreas Horndahl, Ziaul Kabir
  2. Ontology-based software for generating scenarios for characterizing search for nuclear materials 89-92
    Richard Ward, Alex Sorokine, Bob Schlicher, Michael Wright, Kara Kruse
  3. Use of Ontology to Facilitate the Creation of Synthetic Imagery of Industrial Facilities 93-95
    Paul Pope, Randy Roberts

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14-Nov-2011: submitted by Paulo C. G. Costa
14-Nov-2011: published on CEUR-WS.org