Research in the Classroom and Simulation Laboratory: Combining C2 Research and Education
Kemple, William G.
Porter, Gary R.
Hutchins, Susan G.
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The ongoing series of ONR sponsored Adaptive Architectures for Command and Control experiments at NPS involves researchers from academia, DOD and private industry and enhances the quality of education provided to NPS student participants. Several NPS courses have been designed, at least in part, to take advantage of the opportunity to involve students in leading edge research, to use the experiments to reinforce knowledge taught in the classroom and to provide the students with a rich thesis environment. The students provide value added on a no cost basis to the A2C2 project by participation in the experiment as players, as Lead Team participants and as thesis students. DOD and the NPS faculty also benefit by association with the A2C2 experiments. This university model that combines research with education for the students, especially with the relevant nature of the A2C2 project, provides a positive result for everyone including the students, the faculty, the researchers and DOD.
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 2 Assessment and Evaluation
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