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Title: Situation Management in the Link Monitor and Control Operator Assistant (LMCOA)
Authors: Jr., Randall W. Hill
Lee, Lorrine F.
Issue Date: Nov-1992
Citation: Space OPS 92, Second International Symposium Ground Data Systems for Space Missions Operations
Pasadena, CA
Abstract: This paper describes a knowledge-based system called the Situation Manager that was developed for the Link Monitor and Control Operator Assistant (LMCOA) at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. This system was developed in response to a number of deficiencies that were identified in an earlier version of the LMCOA: (1) the need to close the control loop between sending a directive and knowing when its execution is complete (versus just closing the communications loop), (2) the need to recognize an anomaly and alert the operator when a directive is rejected or a link device fails, and (3) the need to suggest ways to work around an anomaly, provided that it is recognizable. In response to these needs, the Situation Manager has been designed to provide the LMCOA with three basic capabilities: situation assessment, anomaly diagnosis, and recovery from commonly
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/36698
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