Analytical collaboration with globally-distributed repositories

Gregory A. Mack, David H. Fado, M. Brian Blake

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Abstract

In the international intelligence community, global repositories evolve naturally as a result of the multi-organizational collection of valuable information and insights. As individual analyst workspaces grow and links between analysts multiply, this global repository becomes a complex inter-related network of information. Analysts solve problems through collaboration at two levels: by sharing large quantities of new information and interacting directly with their colleagues to share insights. The authors are designing an infrastructure to enable analytical collaboration. An innovation in this work is a two-tiered model-based approach with automated, context-based information sharing on one level and person-in-the-loop insight sharing on the other. In evaluating our approach, the initial implementation uses a non-relational data store mapped into multiple viewpoints with a modeling language expressed in XML. This architecture applies to any system promoting cooperative analysis in a globally-distributed repository, not just systems in the intelligence community.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLocal to Global Data Interoperability - Challenges and Technologies, 2005
Pages149-154
Number of pages6
Volume2005
StatePublished - Dec 1 2005
Externally publishedYes
EventLocal to Global Data Interoperability - Challenges and Technologies, 2005 - Sardinia, Italy
Duration: Jun 20 2005Jun 24 2005

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OtherLocal to Global Data Interoperability - Challenges and Technologies, 2005
CountryItaly
CitySardinia
Period6/20/056/24/05

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Mack, G. A., Fado, D. H., & Blake, M. B. (2005). Analytical collaboration with globally-distributed repositories. In Local to Global Data Interoperability - Challenges and Technologies, 2005 (Vol. 2005, pp. 149-154). [1612484]

Analytical collaboration with globally-distributed repositories. / Mack, Gregory A.; Fado, David H.; Blake, M. Brian.

Local to Global Data Interoperability - Challenges and Technologies, 2005. Vol. 2005 2005. p. 149-154 1612484.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Mack, GA, Fado, DH & Blake, MB 2005, Analytical collaboration with globally-distributed repositories. in Local to Global Data Interoperability - Challenges and Technologies, 2005. vol. 2005, 1612484, pp. 149-154, Local to Global Data Interoperability - Challenges and Technologies, 2005, Sardinia, Italy, 6/20/05.
Mack GA, Fado DH, Blake MB. Analytical collaboration with globally-distributed repositories. In Local to Global Data Interoperability - Challenges and Technologies, 2005. Vol. 2005. 2005. p. 149-154. 1612484
Mack, Gregory A. ; Fado, David H. ; Blake, M. Brian. / Analytical collaboration with globally-distributed repositories. Local to Global Data Interoperability - Challenges and Technologies, 2005. Vol. 2005 2005. pp. 149-154
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