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TABLE 8-6 SKO <Airport/> <Tickets/> <Tram/> <Gate/>
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Illustrative Information Landscape Associations Scene Dulles Ticket counter Tram Gate Topic Check-in Seating Directions Lunch Association Kiosk via WLAN Seat-change message Route plan from WLAN Wireless credit card Employment Direction to counter Change seat Direction to gate Pay for lunch
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in an exit row. The AACR notes physical location and information function of the WLAN, of a new wireless credit card that enables it to pay for the owner s lunch, engaging in a visual dialog on the screen about a 15% tip. Since lunch conversation had included Great Food, the CR proposed a 15% tip. Had it heard Awful or Yuk, it might have proposed less. So the SKOs and SDHs suggested above could enable the AACR to address the when, where, how, what, and who of Goodman s geography of information in a personal way. SKOs store experience with time tags to isolate current, recent, and historical aspects of the information landscape. In addition, the CRA s <Plan/> phase enables the AACR to project experience into hypothetical SKOs for plans. With the associative skills suggested above, AACRs will readily populate SKOs with metrics such as availability, GoS, QoS, and QoI. Relevant research includes Goodman s work, the CAHAN project of NJIT for ef cient peer routing to overcome dead spots, and the 7DS project of Columbia University (peer-to-peer local data sharing optimizing power conservation).
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The SKOs and associated SDHs and experience must be organized so that algorithms can access relevant information quickly and can respond appropriately to stimuli from either the user or the radio environment. Where those responses are preprogrammed into protocol stack or graphical user interfaces, they may be used as they are, but where the situation is in some ways novel, the generation of responses may be combinatorially explosive. The microworld offers one way of managing the combinatorial explosion. A microworld is an association of objects that integrate SKO, RKO, and UKO by <Scene/> and other relationships. 8.9.1 De ning the Microworld
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This section provides an overview of microworlds [219]. A microworld consists of those computational components necessary for a computational entity to perform tasks in a narrow task domain such as updating a schedule, planning a trip, or buying groceries. Microworld components (Figure 8-10) include collections of formal and informal inferences drawn from models contained in the microworld. 8.9.2 Skill Components
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The knowledge codi ed in a microworld includes preprogrammed and learned aspects aggregated into KOs by DHs. Table 8-7 contrasts types of domain knowledge to be formalized alternatively via an air interface or in the related microworld.
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Skill may be organized in microworlds.
TABLE 8-7 Knowledge
Microworld Knowledge and Skill Air Interface Component ALE probe signals Pointing/tracking algorithm Mapping signal to coordinates How to decode the label Microworld Contribution When to use HF Use SHF for wideband LoS GPS is unreliable in urban canyons What news <USER/> likes
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The fact that HF has an unreliable, fading, and dispersive channel is well known to radio engineers. The ALE protocol contains probe signals to nd HF channels connectable between two points through the ionospheric skywave. A military SHF data link may track an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) for battle eld surveillance. The soldier using the system lacking prior SHF line of sight (LoS) pointing and tracking experience may not be aware that the link will be lost when the UAV ies behind the hill. This knowledge may be embedded in the UAV mission planning system, but if the soldier is not a regular user with no authority to plan the UAV mission, that software may not be available. An iCR could explain why the link was lost so that he could drive his Humvee (HMWWV) up the hill to reacquire the link. Table 8-7 also suggests similar examples from GPS and FM broadcast.