Enabling Adaptive C2 via Semantic Communication and Smart Push: A Model-based Network Communication Approach / 13th ICCRTS, C2 for Complex Endeavors
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Fundamental to the concept of Network Centric Warfare lies the precept that shared awareness, collaboration, and self-synchronization can be attained through the networking of knowledgeable, geographically and hierarchically dispersed entities. The DoD GIG Architecture Vision is the prime policy directive chosen to realize this goal. Consistent with the tenants of NCW, the GIG architecture framework envisions highly responsive, agile, adaptable, and information-centric operations. These desirable net-centric attributes are prescribed to be implemented via a Smart Pull methodology. However, a pull architecture not only must contend with the demands of disseminating diverse, timely information to numerous entities, but more importantly it must address the cognitive bandwidth limitations inherent to users searching for, discovering, and pulling contextually relevant, mission critical information. This paper provides an alternative operationalized Model-based C2 network approach where entities share a dynamic model of the environment and information is smartly Pushed via VIRT services to relevant entities when user defined Conditions of Interest occur. Mission thread semantics are used to generate an ontology that supports a contextually rich data structure capable of supporting the information requirements of diverse actors and entities united in the endeavor.
13th International Command and Control Research and Technology Symposium (ICCRTS), June 17-19, 2008, Seattle, WA.13th International Command and Control Research and Technology Symposia (ICCRTS 2008), 17-19 Jun 2008, Seattle, WIIncludes article and Powerpoint Presentation
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