Object-oriented plan representation for the OMWG C2 Object Schema
Reeves, Robert M.
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The purpose of this thesis is to examine current Command and Control planning methods and to aid in the furtherance of the Object Model Working Group's (OMWG) Core Plan Representation. Chapter I introduces the discipline of planning and its history. Chapter II discusses the theory and practice of modern Object Oriented modeling. The structure and conventions of object programming are covered as well as a method for information system abstraction. Chapter III covers the background of current Command and Control systems and gives a report on the OMWG efforts in creation of an Object Schema for Command and control. Chapter IV presents the author's submission for an Object-Oriented representation of the COMSUBPAC OPLAN 5050 based on the Core Plan Representation (CPR)
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