Achieving an Information System's Capability through C2
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The authors present a literature review of command and control, linking sociological elements of academic research to military research in a novel way. They will discuss task modeling literature (seen in human machine interaction studies), general aspects of collectives and military and academic research on command and control, studies of autonomous systems and considerations of interactions between humans and autonomous agents. Based on the survey and associations between aspects from these fields, the authors compose a recommendation list for aspects crucial to building of information systems capable of achieving their true capability, through command and control.
International Journal of Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management;Volume 7, Issue 1
Calderon, A.C. and Johnson, P. (2015), 'Achieving an Information System's Capability through C2', International Journal of Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, 7 (1), pp.80-96.
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