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Architectural modeling and analysis are mechanisms that allow the capture of design decisions early in the process, so that they can be assessed and modified without incurring the costs of incorrect implementations. This paper addresses Monterey Phoenix (MP), a behavioral model for system and software architecture specification based on event traces, which(More)
This presentation presents how a network architecture methodology developed for the Army's Future Force could be applied to the requirements of Civil Support, Homeland Security/Homeland Defense (CS HLS/HLD). This architecture application design will demonstrate how to link the sensors, command and control, and communications systems of local, state,(More)
As the United States' Army attempts to spiral future force technologies into the current force, realistic representations of network-centric warfare become a priority for modeling and simulation (M&S). Specifically, future communications systems will provide different performance and capabilities than current systems, and these new capabilities need to(More)
As system designs grow ever more complex, our ability to assimilate, process, and then make equally complex decisions is challenged to keep pace. Intricate relationships within each system, among interoperating systems, and between each system and the external elements of its environment are themselves challenged by the sheer number of moving pieces. The(More)
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