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by Scott A. Davis


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Thesis advisor(s): John Osmundson. in Systems Engineering) Naval Postgraduate School, December 1997. Includes bibliographical references (p. 55).

Thesis advisor(s): John Osmundson. Today's battlefield is much more heterogeneous than in the past. With the emphasis on joint operations both within the US military and in consort with coalition nations, the need for communications and sharing of tactical information across service and national boundaries has never been greater.

Davis, Scott A. Publication date. 1997-12-01T00:00:00Z.

The Combat Identification Panel (CIP), also known as a Coalition Identification Panel, is a device mounted on military ground vehicles to distinguish them from the enemy during battle. Combat Identification Panels were developed after the Persian Gulf War to reduce friendly fire incidents among allied ground forces. These panels are designed so as to produce a distinct and easily identifiable infrared signature when seen through thermal imaging systems

Italian Army Combat ID Program 7. Combat Identification -A Canadian .

Italian Army Combat ID Program 7. Combat Identification -A Canadian Perspective. 8 Swedish Combat Identification. Information gathered from the event is being evaluated by the Joint Combat Identification Evaluation Team (JCIET), headquartered at Eglin Air Force Base, Fl. a subordinate unified command of USJFCOM. The ACTD is operational-. Such capabilities are essential for con-ducting modern network-centric opera-tions and will go a long way in bolstering the military and political viability of the Alliance and future coalition operations. The combat identification technical working group.

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1 Combat Identification Combat Identification is the process of assigning an identity and classification to each object detected by the host platform. As shown in Figure (1), identity has seven possible states. Decision Analysis Clemen’s book Making Hard Decisions is an excellent introduction to decision analysis. Some of the key ideas from this text and the course notes on decision theory relevant to this project are that the interaction of decision options and states of the world are consequences. Figure 6 Developing and Evaluated Bayesian Networks . Project Description For this project, we implemented a combat ID Bayesian network to evaluate two investments.

The Department intends to use the model to help inform decisions on the Battlefield Target Identification System in 2006.

The strategy should include required actions, responsibilities for such actions, risks, desired outcomes and associated benefits with a realistic benefits realisation plan and an outline timetable for implementation. The Department intends to use the model to help inform decisions on the Battlefield Target Identification System in 2006.

This is a NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA report procured by the Pentagon and made available for public release. It has been reproduced in the best form available to the Pentagon. It is not spiral-bound, but rather assembled with Velobinding in a soft, white linen cover. The Storming Media report number is A800143. The abstract provided by the Pentagon follows: Today's battlefield is much more heterogeneous than in the past. With the emphasis on joint operations both within the US military and in consort with coalition nations, the need for communications and sharing of tactical information across service and national boundaries has never been greater. A combat identification (CID) network that enables force's positions on the battlefield to be displayed at the appropriate granularity for the various levels of commanders would be a valuable tactical and strategic asset. This thesis explores the possible network architectures and protocols available to implement such a system and determines, through modeling and simulation, the optimal design to minimize time performance of the flow of information through the network. Using a realistic scenario as a basis, system engineering principles were used to generate an optimal network architecture from the design parameters chosen. The optimal design was determined to be a network consisting of an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) access type, asymmetric transmit and receive of messages and network flow control implementation. Additionally, units on the battlefield should be grouped together by type within a region and the highest bandwidth possible should be used.
Modeling a Joint Combat Identification Network download epub
Author: Scott A. Davis
ISBN: 1423564774
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Storming Media (1997)