Tony S. Lee

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Asynchronous distributed decision-making (ADDM) systems constitute a special class of distributed problems and are characterized as large, complex systems wherein the principal elements are the geographically dispersed entities that communicate among themselves, asynchronously, through message passing and are permitted autonomy in local decision making.(More)
For many military and civilian large-scale, real-world systems of interest, data are first acquired asynchronously, i.e., at irregular intervals of time, at geographically-dispersed sites, processed utilizing decision-making algorithms, and the processed data then disseminated to other appropriate sites. The term real-world refers to systems under computer(More)
SUMMARY For many military and civilian large-scale, real-world systems of interest, data are first acquired asynchronously, i.e. at irregular intervals of time, at geographically-dispersed sites, processed utilizing decision-making algorithms, and the processed data then disseminated to other appropriate sites. The term real-world refers to systems under(More)
In a radical shift from the previous doctrine of repower, attrition, and destruction during the Vietnam era, the current \airland battle" military doctrine is characterized by four key ingredients { depth, initiative, agility, and synchronization. The term, synchronization, implies bringing to bear, at one time and place, the combined power of maneuver,(More)