A Maritime Component for the Joint Battle Management Language
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The Battle Management Language (BML) is defined as an unambiguous language for command and control of live, simulated, and robotic forces. In March 2006, the SISO Standards Advisory Council approved initiation of a Product Development Group (PDG) to generate a standard and guidance document for the Coalition Battle Management Language (C-BML). The C-BML Product Development Group initiated C-BML specification development activities at the Spring 2006 Simulation Interoperability Workshop in Huntsville, Alabama. The PDG has laid out a 3-phase development effort: (1) specify a sufficient data model, information exchange structure and content, and information exchange mechanism to unambiguously define a set of military orders; (2) develop a formal grammar (lexicon and production rules) to formalize the definition of plans, orders, and reports; (3) develop a formal battle management ontology to enable conceptual interoperability across software systems. In parallel, the Defense Modeling and Simulation Office (DMSO) and Joint Forces Command (JFCOM) have funded development of a Joint Battle Management Language (JBML) demonstration architecture and specification. This work started in in September 2006.
Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization (SISO) SIW Conference Paper
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