Battle - Field Decision Preference

Colonel Santosh K Rath
2019 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
What happens in brain or is activated when we make battle -field decision preferences or are in the process of making battle -field decision preferences? Is battlemanagement study of battle -field decision preference-making processes relevant for management? Many battle -field decision preference makers seek information than required to make a battlefield decision preference. When too much information is sought delay in battle -field decision preference occurs because of time required to
more » ... information. This impairs effectiveness of battle -field decision preference. In this state, battlemanagement seeks to explain battle -field manager battle -field decision preference-making, ability to process multiple alternatives and choose optimal course of action. It studies how management behaviour shape understanding of brain and guide models of management via. Battlescience, experimental and battle -management and cognitive and organisational psychology. Deciphering such transactions require understanding of battle processes that implement value-dependent battle -field decision preference-making. Theoretical accounts posit that battle -field manager brain accomplishes this through neural computations. What are the coherent brain dynamics underlying prediction, control and battle -field decision preference-making? This leads to formulation of a 'battle -management battle -field decision preference making paradox'. The goal is a theory of how brain implements battle -field decision preferences that is tied to behaviour. This paper attempts to explore phenomena through individual action, battle -field decision preference-making and reasoning processes. Objective is to put forward a model for battle -management battle -field decision preference, in which interaction between variables of battle -management battle -field decision preference processes are addressed. The present attempt (perhaps) contributes towards providing a conceptual framework for understanding and conducting battlemanagement research at intersection of battlescience, management and psychology, offer a solution through series of measurements of brain activity at time of battle -field decision preferences, describe a standard model for battle -field decision preference making process with intention of linking and spanning battle -psycho and management levels of analysis and attempt to build brain-based models capable of predicting observed behaviour.
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2019.4641 fatcat:qsgozgc3qrbuzhem3acqfhfsxq