Innovative Measures for the Evaluation of Command and Control Architectures
Hutchins, Susan G.
Kemple, William G.
Entin, Elliot E.
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Several principles of warfare have been developed through experience over time. These principles provide a framework that can be used to assess model-derived command and control architectures from a military perspective. This paper will dis-cuss and present analysis of data collected on participants’ ratings of three model-based archi-tectures on the principles of warfare to determine quantitative differences among the architectures. Comparisons of these ratings with critical dimen-sions used by modelers to optimize the architec-tures will be discussed, including feedback provid-ed during after-action reviews from military personnel who operated under these organizational architectures when responding to computer-driven scenarios. The objective was to compare the advantages and disadvantages of the three model-derived architectures vis-à- vis military principles.
Proceedings for the 1998 Command and Control Research and Technology Symposium Command and Control for the Next Millenium June 29-July1, 1998 Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, California Track 1 Architectures
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