Rules of engagement policies automation for Ballistic Missile Defense System
Sanders, Joshua J.
Michael, James Bret
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Military decision making in this current age of Warfare requires the most effective and expedient action in response to threats. In the domain of Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD), response actions must be near automatic in order to be effective. This work discusses policy automation systems and suggests a BMD System that takes into account the automation of Rules of Engagement (ROE) policies and presents an architecture for such a system. Automated policies govern the decision-making processes of the system. Given accuracy/success and elapsed time in missile defense, it is not feasible for humans be in the decision loop other than for making overrides. The computer is required to do all the policy checking, monitoring and enforcement. The ROE policy automation is a vital link to the ultimate success or failure of a BMD program.
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