Analytics for Autonomous C4ISR within e-Government: a Research Agenda

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2020-01-07
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Bihl, Trevor
Talbert, Michael
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e-Government enables big data analytics to support decision processes in governing. C4ISR (Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) is essentially e-Government scoped to military decision processes. The value of big data and its challenges are common to both. High variety and demand for veracity compel domain expertise-specific data analysis, and increasing volume and velocity hinder data analytics at scale. These conditions challenge even highly automated methods for comprehensive cross-domain analytics, and motivate cognitive approaches such as underlie Autonomous Systems (AS) aimed at C4ISR. A C4ISR framework is examined by parts, linking each C to ISR capability, and a taxonomy of analytics is extended to include cognitive autonomy enablers. Coupling these frameworks, the authors propose an extension of cognitive approaches for autonomy in C4ISR to e-Government in general and outline a research agenda for attaining it.
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Emerging Topics in Digital Government, analytics, autonomy, c4isr, digital government, research agenda
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10 pages
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Proceedings of the 53rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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