MoD Funds Multi-source Intelligence Project
Plamen Angelov from the School of Computing and Communications has been awarded £30k from the Ministry of Defence for research into multi-source intelligence.
The project is called STAKE: Real-time Spatio-Temporal Analysis and Knowledge Extraction through Evolving Clustering'. A visiting post-doc and two PhD students will work on the project for three months, aiming to develop automatic tools that will facilitate the work by intelligence officers in analysis of spatial and temporal data streams in real time.
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