Mapping experiment results to operational capabilities
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Operational experimentation often focuses on a set of technical objectives. Results obtained apply to a wide range of military capability areas and it is important to report those results to all areas to which they apply. The work reported here has produced a structure and schema for mapping operational experiment results to JCIDS and other capability areas. This enables reporting to areas of interest other than only to the specific experiment objectives.
NPS Report NumberNPS-97-08-001
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