Vol.27, No.1, 2021, pp.127-141, doi:10.32604/iasc.2021.012532
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Task-Oriented Battlefield Situation Information Hybrid Recommendation Model
  • Chunhua Zhou*, Jianjing Shen, Xiaofeng Guo, Zhenyu Zhou
PLA Strategic Support Force Information Engineering University, Zhengzhou, 450000, China
* Corresponding Author: Chunhua Zhou. Email:
Received 03 July 2020; Accepted 02 August 2020; Issue published 07 January 2021
Abstract
In the process of interaction between users and battlefield situation information, combat tasks are the key factors that affect users’ information selection. In order to solve the problems of battlefield situation information recommendation (BSIR) for combat tasks, we propose a task-oriented battlefield situation information hybrid recommendation model (TBSI-HRM) based on tensor factorization and deep learning. In the model, in order to achieve high-precision personalized recommendations, we use Tensor Factorization (TF) to extract correlation relations and features from historical interaction data, and use Deep Neural Network (DNN) to learn hidden feature vectors of users, battlefield situation information and combat tasks from auxiliary information. The results are predicted through logistic regression. To solve the multi-source heterogeneity of battlefield situation information, we design a hybrid learning and presentation model that integrates multiple deep learning models such as Doc2Vec, fully connected network and convolutional neural network (CNN), to integrate the rich and diverse data information in situational awareness system effectively. We perform experiments with the maneuvers dataset to test and evaluate the model through scenario simulation.
Keywords
Battlefield situation information recommendation; recommendation system; combat task; deep learning; tensor factorization
Cite This Article
C. Zhou, J. Shen, X. Guo and Z. Zhou, "Task-oriented battlefield situation information hybrid recommendation model," Intelligent Automation & Soft Computing, vol. 27, no.1, pp. 127–141, 2021.
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