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by Gabriel Jakobson, John Buford Lundy Lewis (Altusys Corp, USA Southern New Hampshire University, USA), jakobson,

ABSTRACT: In this paper we are
concerned with event-based situation analysis. Application areas
include the understanding and awareness of complex unfolding scenarios
such as homeland security threats and future battlespace engagements.
The paper (i) discusses the differences between the
environments/requirements for event-based management and situation
management, (ii)
presents an argument for an integration of an event
correlation system and a situation awareness system, and (iii) proposes
an integrated architecture that combines rule-based spatio-temporal
event correlation and casebased reasoning for understanding and
managing situations. In addition, the paper discusses the hard problem
of the mutual influence between event management and situation
(file is .pdf

originally Posted to by David Soul on 12/29/04; 1:34:17 PM
in the CEP section.

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