Objective, architecture and strategy for network centric ; a perspective on mobile communications
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This paper presents objectives, architecture and an outline of strategy for achieving a network centric communications foundation. The paper is born of a deep sense of frustration searching and awaiting these artifacts from somewhere -- anywhere -- in the Department of Defense. If a serviceable architecture and strategy existed, I would teach it. Lacking that, herewith is my own. The metaphor of the dancing bear may be of value to us: one may object that the bear does not dance well, which ignores the observation that the bear is dancing at all. Much research focus is properly on next generation protocols; but we haven't the basics in place yet.
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