CREDO: a Military Decision-Support System based on Credal Networks

Antonucci, Alessandro and Huber, David and Zaffalon, Marco and Luginbühl, Philippe and Chapman, Ian and Ladouceur, Richard (2013) CREDO: a Military Decision-Support System based on Credal Networks. In: Proceedings of the 16th Conference on Information Fusion (FUSION 2013) 16th International Conference on Information Fusion, 9-12 July 2013, Askeri Museum, Istanbul, Turkey.

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A software tool especially designed for military domains to create and query decision-support systems is presented. Credal networks, which are Bayesian networks whose parameters have the freedom to vary in convex sets, are used to model the relations among the system variables. A novel elicitation procedure of these sets, which allows the military experts to report their knowledge by purely qualitative judgements, is proposed. Two high-level fusion procedures to cope with multiple experts in this framework are also derived. All these features are supported by the software and demonstrated in an application to space security tested during the last NATO multinational experiment.

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