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A global information management system (GIMS) is

[a] network of intelligent information gathering, processing, analysis, and advisory nodes. GIMS collects, stores, analyzes, fuses, and manages information from ground, air, and space sensors and all-source intelligence. Sensors used include acoustic, optical, radio frequency (RF), olfactory, etc. It employs neural processing to provide information tailored to the user's personal requirements.[1]

References Edit

  1. Consolidated List of Glossary Terms.

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