Quantification of Command and Control Approaches – Model Based Evaluation

Hodický, Procházka, Stodola, Drozd
2019 Advances in Military Technology  
The Post-Information Age brings new challenges into the military operational environment. The current approach of the extreme hierarchical command and control cannot be sustained in this complex and dynamic environment. Thus, making the search for new command and control approaches is a critical activity. The description and classification of command and control approaches is expressed in a very abstract way. The article describes a unique, quantification technique of command and control
more » ... and control approaches. The quantification is demonstrated by Use Case with self-synchronization as the selected command and control approach. In the Use Case, the deterministic dynamic model is implemented. The results achieved from the model demonstrate a variance of a single parameter, on which the quality of the selected Command and Control approach in the given operational scenario quantifies.
doi:10.3849/aimt.01231 fatcat:nm5tn32rwzarzhdm4tln3xkp6u