Research opportunities in joint interoperability testing
Koyak, Robert A.
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The Department of Defense requires that all command, control, communications and computers intelligence (C4I) systems and automated information systems-(AIS) be interoperable between the services. The Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) is responsible for testing and certifying the joint interoperability of these systems. The design of joint interoperability tests and the analysis of data that they produce offer many opportunities for NPS faculty and students to collaborate with JITC on research projects of mutual interest. This paper outlines a spectrum of potential research opportunities, encompassing probability and statistics, modeling and simulation, computer science, information technology, electrical engineering, human factors, and specialized subject matter related to intelligence, communications, and missile defense systems.
NPS Report NumberNPS-OR-99-006
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