A model of the CIC operations of ASW ships
Effron, Herbert M.
Harrison, Don Edward
Wilde, Carroll O.
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This paper is devoted to a detailed analysis of the information flow in the CIC on non-NTDS equipped destroyer types. Our analysis is accomplished via a model of the CIC operation which is keyed to the threat environment. The model has two fundamental components. One is the physical communications framework; the other is a message priority structure, which is determined by the threat. Recommendations for action to improve CIC performance, which are based on the analysis, are included. (Author)
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