I have been reading the paper Towards a Cognitive System for Decision Support in Cyber Operations. And I have been trying to understand the role of two ontologies proposed here, cyber security ontologies and scenario ontologies.
I have asked a question on CGS SE, What are the practical uses of ontologies? and the role of the ACT-R architecture in this system have become clear to some extent, but the question about the ontologies is that:
Does the cyber security ontologies make the ideas in the TENA's Repo understandable for ACT-R or the ideas that are in the repo has to be represented by an ontology called cyber security ontologies in order to be understandable for the ACT-R architecture?
The Cognitive System realized in the TENA framework:
Questions raising from this Figure can be:
- What is the difference between the cyber security ontologies and the scenario ontologies?
- What kind of knowledge the scenario ontologies represent?
- And of course what is the reason that the scenario ontologies are connected to Event data management module instead of TENA's Repo?