A software architecture for a commander's display system.
Adams, Rodney M.
Zyda, Michael J.
Crumback, Linda K.
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One of the main tasks of a command and control system is to present commanders with a basis for complete his tactical situation. A system that transforms a large volume of data into a comprehensive picture that can then be used for situations assessment can aid the commander's decision making process. A system capable of performing this task has, until recently, required the dedication of vast amounts of computer resources. This report suggests a structure for a commander's display system that relies on recent advances in computational power in the form of a small, high-powered, dedicated graphics systems. A prototype system is included as part of the research effort.
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