Distributed Agent-Based Networks In Support of Advanced Marine Corps Command And Control Concept
Rivera, Joseph W. M.
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The capabilities that Mobile Ad Hoc Networking (MANET) technologies can provide to the Marine Corps are just fully coming into view. These new capabilities represent a much more apparent symbiotic relationship between maneuver at the tactical level and the capabilities of a network that supports that maneuver. However, in order to properly leverage these capabilities, a paradigm shift in what networks are and how they are managed must take place. As this new model of meshed, ad-hoc network devices presents a shift in how we employ our networks, the concept of network management must also shift in how we view planning and maintaining networks. This research describes a communication framework and network management system (NMS) that supports the design of network aware systems that enable a robust self-management capability in MANETs.
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