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Distributed Data Fusion for Network-Centric Operations by Martin Liggins II, James Llinas, Chee-Yee Chong, David Hall

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Network-Centric Concepts

Impacts to Distributed Fusion System Design

James Llinas

CONTENTS

3.1    Introduction

3.2    Value Chain Concepts

3.3    Value Chain Process

3.4    Value of Information in Decision-Making

3.5    Role of Fusion

3.6    Sense-Making

3.7    Nature and Processes of Sense-Making

3.8    Role of Fusion

3.9    Self-Organization and Self-Synchronization in the Value Chain

3.10  Complexity in Sense-Making and Command and Control

3.11  Summary

References

3.1    INTRODUCTION

The history of network-centric concepts in the United States can be said to go back at least to the mid-1980s when the U.S. Defense Department was reorganized under the Goldwater–Nichols Act of 1986 that imputed the notions of “jointness” onto U.S. defense ...

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