A framework for improving integrative factors in C3I systems of the Argentine Army
Trotta, Eduardo Alfredo.
Boger, Dan C.
Caldwell, William J.
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Achieving integration and interoperability among various different systems is a challenging task. In the particular case of the Argentine Army, this task comprises the reorganization of current applications and their integration with programs under development at different stages. The purpose of this thesis is to identify and analyze the up-to-date tools and techniques that can help the development efforts of the Argentine Army to integrate and make interoperable its current and future systems. This thesis attempts to serve as only a guide for the introduction of ideas, models, tools and techniques related with the factors that can improve the interoperability in the C3I system of the Argentine Army. It also attempts to be a compendium of up-to-date information to be used by people who are working in the management of related fields in the Argentine Army.
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