Knowledge Systems for Coalition Operations 2017
6th to 8th November 2017 in Los Angeles, California, USA
Co-located with the 22nd International Command and Control Research and Technology Symposium (ICCRTS 2017)
Army Research Laboratory West and USC Institute for Creative Technologies
12015 Waterfront Drive, Playa Vista, CA 90094-2536, USA
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KSCO - Knowledge Systems for Coalition Operations is an international working group exploring research in Knowledge-based Systems and Information Management, with a focus on the challenges of Coalition Operations. KSCO regularly organizes a technical conference where practitioners and key decision makers in coalition operations management meet and discuss with researchers from areas of knowledge-based systems, information management, planning, and multi-agent systems, exchange experience and ideas, share inspiration, and suggest novel concepts. It can also lead to joint project proposals.
After successful events in Edinburgh UK, Toulouse France, Prague Czech Republic, Waltham MA USA, Southampton UK, Vancouver BC Canada, Pensacola Florida USA, and London UK, the KSCO conference in 2017 is to be held in Los Angeles California USA in conjunction with the 22nd International Command and Control Research and Technology Symposium (ICCRTS).
KSCO-2017 welcomes submission of original research, application and project description papers related to intelligent and knowledge systems for coalition operations management. A coalition includes, but not limited to, military, inter-agency and cross organization alliances engaged in a cooperative endeavour and joining capabilities together for a common cause.
Topics may be related to knowledge systems requirements and knowledge systems potential or actual use for coalition and inter-agency operations (i.e., multi-national and multi-agency, civil authorities, home land safety and security, expeditionary or domestic operations). Both full-length (maximum of 20 pages, not including appendices, endnotes, or references) and shorter position paper submissions are welcome. We will review theoretical, experimental, methodological papers, but we are especially interested in case studies, prototype evaluations and application reports. KSCO organizers particularly encourage submission of reports presenting larger coalition and inter-agencies related national and international projects and programmes. Authors wishing to present emerging efforts, especially student projects, are encouraged to submit position papers.
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