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The Modular Command and Control Evaluation Structure (MCES): Applications of and Expansion to C3 Architectural Evaluation

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Authors
Sweet, Ricki
Mensh, Dennis
Gandee, Pat
Stone, Ingabee
Briggs, Kevin
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Command and Control (C2)
Measures of Effectivness (MOEs)
Decision Aids
Evaluation
C2 Process Model
Architecture Evaluation
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1986-09
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MCES was developed as a tool to evaluate C2 systems architectures; more specifically, for the systematic comparison of C2 and C3 architectures. It is methodology which may be used for evaluation, employing a common structured treatment. The methodology assumes that capabilities of selected C2 systems can be greatly improved by focusing upon both system and procedural changes. By using sevel structured steps, a decisionmaker can choose to utilize recommendations made based on information provided to the process, or resubmit to the system for further analysis. Although this evaluation tool is generic in nature, its structure is such that it can be applied to a myriad of systems to study their effectiveness.
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Operations Research
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This publication is a work of the U.S. Government as defined in Title 17, United States Code, Section 101. Copyright protection is not available for this work in the United States.
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