Decision Support for Tactical Decision Making Under Stress
Hutchins, Susan G.
Kelly, Richard T.
Morrison, Jeffrey G.
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A decision support system was designed for naval shipboard command-level decision makers to enhance decision making in a littoral environment or in any short-fused, ambiguous, decision making situation. Design of the prototype DSS was based on (1) an understanding of the cognitive strategies people bring to bear when dealing with the types of decisions required in tactical decision making, (2) applying human-system interface design principles which are expected to help compensate for human cognitive processing limitations, and (3) the extensive involvement of subject matter experts with vast command decision making experience. Each DSS module will be described in terms of what decision/s it is designed to support.
Proceedings of the 1996 Command and Control Research and Technology Symposium: Command and Control in the Information Age
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