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Title:I-P2 - Intelligent Process Panels to Support Coalition Operations
Authors: Austin Tate ; Jeffrey Dalton ; Justine Stader
Date:Apr 2002
Publication Title:Procs of KSCO-2002
I-X is a research programme with a number of different aspects intended to create a well-founded approach to allow humans and computer systems to cooperate in the creation or modification of some product or products such as documents, plans or designs. I-X may also be used to support more general collaborative activity. The I-X research draws on earlier work on O-Plan (Tate, 1998; Tate, 2000; Tate, 2002), <I-N-OVA> (Tate, 1996), the Enterprise Project (Fraser and Tate, 1995; Stader, 1996); Uschold,, 1998) and the TBPM project (Stader, 2000) but seeks to make the framework generic and to clarify terminology, simplify the approach taken, and increase re-usability and applicability of the core ideas. I-X Applications are being studied in a variety of areas. These currently include: Coalition Operations (CoAX: I-LEED, I-DEEL); Emergency and Unusual Procedure Assistance (I-Rescue); Help Desk Support (I-Help); Multi-Perspective Knowledge Modelling and Management (I-AKT) Contextualised Presentations of Procedures and Plans (I-Tell); Collaborative Meeting and Task Support (I-Room, I-Space) An application of I-X Process Panels within a military Coalition context - part of the Coalition Agents eXperiment - CoAX (Allsopp, 2001; Allsopp, 2002) will be described in this paper.
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author = { Austin Tate and Jeffrey Dalton and Justine Stader },
title = {I-P2 - Intelligent Process Panels to Support Coalition Operations},
year = 2002,
month = {Apr},

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