Accession Number : ADA430279
Title : HUMINT Extraction and Fusion System
Descriptive Note : Final rept. Aug 2002-Sep 2004
Corporate Author : GENERAL DYNAMICS AIS INC BUFFALO NY
Personal Author(s) : Schiller, Michael ; Gucwa, John ; Crowner, Christopher ; Neal, Jeannette ; Crystal, Michael
Full Text : http://www.dtic.mil/get-tr-doc/pdf?AD=ADA430279
Report Date : JAN 2005
Pagination or Media Count : 53
Abstract : The objective of this effort was to develop the HUMINT Processing Subsystem (HPS) which extracts and exploits information from text documents to help the Intelligent Fusion System (IFS) identify, locate, and track targets in hide and in the open. The goal of HPS was to accurately extract information from HUMINT (Human Intelligence) about targets to assist in candidate target identification and intent determination. Document sources include, but are not limited to, textbased message traffic and other text document sources such as Integrated Intelligence Production Reports (IIPRs), United States Message Text Formats (USMTFs), annotated imagery and imagery support data. Information of interest might include target name, size, location, movement, appearance, disappearance, etc. HUMINT typically includes both structured text (e.g., tables, lists) and free-form prose text (e.g., sentences, paragraphs), which can be processed to produce information of value to the IFS. Existing tools were tailored and extended to produce the HPS. The integration of the HPS with the IOTA (Infrastructure Operations Tool Access) system and GIP (Generic Intelligence Processor), known as the Information Extraction Processing System (IEPS), worked sufficiently at JEFX-04 to be recommended for transition.
Descriptors : *DATA FUSION , *INTELLIGENCE(HUMANS) , INTEGRATED SYSTEMS , INFORMATION SYSTEMS , COMMUNICATIONS TRAFFIC , TARGET RECOGNITION , INFORMATION RETRIEVAL , INFORMATION PROCESSING.
Subject Categories : INFORMATION SCIENCE
TARGET DIRECTION, RANGE AND POSITION FINDING
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE