Nicholas K. Clark

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The NATO Modeling and Simulation Group Technical Activity 48 (MSG-048) was chartered in 2006 to investigate the potential of a Coalition Battle Management Language for multinational and NATO interoperation of command and control systems with modeling and simulation. Its initial work in defining and demonstrating a basic capability for this purpose has been(More)
Educational research indicates that the two prevalent approaches to distance education, synchronous and asynchronous, exhibit synergy if combined. Our research addresses how to create the most effective, open source (and therefore robust and inexpensive) software to enable educators to exploit that synergy. The Moodle learning management system provides a(More)
This paper reports on combining emerging technologies for synchronous distance education in a student-implemented project. The goal is to realize, using latest web technologies, the MISTC open-source multimedia Internet client we developed earlier to support teaching in the classroom and online simultaneously. We summarize MISTC's capabilities, describe the(More)
Commercial software development today is dominated by the dramatic growth of Web/Internet-delivered information, combined with development techniques that feature rapid creation of reliable, maintainable application software. Staying current with these technologies is a constant challenge in any computer science curriculum. This paper reports on a pilot(More)
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