FORCEnet: capabilities, tasks, and attributes
Schacher, G. E. (Gordon Everett).
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The Navy's Network-Centric Warfare program has defined a set of 15 Capabilities to guide development, and Tasks associated with each Capability. Development of these Capabilities will enhance operations over a broad spectrum of warfare areas. Reporting of these enhancements over all affected areas is needed. The work reported here has developed a structure that relates FORCEnet Capabilities, Tasks, and Attributes to those of three Joint Functional Concepts. A schema is presented for reporting experiment results and relating them across these Capabilities.
NPS Report NumberNPS-IS-05-007
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