N2C2M2 validation using abELICIT: design and analysis of ELICIT runs using software agents
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Recently developed by the NATO SAS-065 Group, the NATO NEC C2 Maturity Model (N2C2M2) has been subjected to multiple validation efforts, including those applying the ELICIT experimentation platform and involving human subjects. In order to enlarge the dataset for analysis and validation, as well as to provide a fully controlled – albeit simpler – environment, the ELICIT platform was adapted and a new software agent-based version (abELICIT) was created. This paper describes the application of abELICIT to the N2C2M2 tests, presenting the experiments’ formulation (hypotheses, reference model and setup), the platform’s limitations and the data collection plan. A thorough analysis of the N2C2M2 experiments and associated conclusions is then provided, highlighting that obtained results corroborate and reinforce the hypothesis that more network-enabled approaches develop more shared information, shared awareness and self-synchronization. These experiments also generated surprising findings, leading to the conclusion that the most effort-efficient approach is the Coordinated C2. These key findings suggest new directions for future research and the ELICIT platform’s enhancement.
This work received financial support from the Center for Edge Power at the Naval Postgraduate School, USA
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