Part I General.- Introduction: Situation Awareness, Systems of Systems, and Maritime Safety and Security.- Improving Situation Awareness in the Maritime Domain.- On the Architecture of Systems for Situation Awareness.- The POSEIDON Demonstrator.- Part II Situation Awareness.- Visualization of Vessel Traffic.- Extending Track Analysis from Animals in the Lab to Moving Objects Anywhere.- Recognizing Vessel Movements from Historical Data.- Density-Based Anomaly Detection in the Maritime Domain.- Analyzing Vessel Behavior using Process Mining.- The Simple Event Model.- Part III Systems of Systems.- Specification and Generation of Adapters for System Integration.- The POLIPO Security Framework.- Assessing Trust for Determining the Reliability of Information.- Online Fault Localization and Health Monitoring for Software Systems.- Prioritizing Tests for Fault Localization.- POSEIDON Project Partners.- POSEIDON Publications.
This book discusses various aspects, challenges, and solutions for developing systems-of-systems for situation awareness, using applications in the domain of maritime safety and security. Topics include advanced, multi-objective visualization methods for situation awareness, stochastic outlier selection, rule-based anomaly detection, an ontology-based event model for semantic reasoning, new methods for semi-automatic generation of adapters bridging communication gaps, security policies for systems-of-systems, trust assessment, and methods to deal with the dynamics of systems-of-systems in run-time monitoring, testing, and diagnosis. Architectural considerations for designing information-centric systems-of-systems such as situation awareness systems, and an integrated demonstrator implementing many of the investigated aspects, complete the book.
Discusses data processing techniques for situation awareness, applicable in domains such as air traffic control, chemical plant surveillance, emergency response and maritime safety and security
Addresses the dynamics of systems-of-systems in situation awareness, such as security, integration, testing, diagnosis, and the connection to additional systems
Describes a demonstrator that integrates many of the developed techniques in the domain of maritime safety and security