Challenges and Potential of Service-Oriented Architectures for Net-Centric Operations

@inproceedings{Tolk2006ChallengesAP,
  title={Challenges and Potential of Service-Oriented Architectures for Net-Centric Operations},
  author={Dr. Andreas Tolk and Dr. Ryland C. Gaskins},
  year={2006}
}
  • Dr. Andreas Tolk, Dr. Ryland C. Gaskins
  • Published 2006
NATO is currently moving away from system-centric solutions based on the exchange of messages between individual systems towards information-centric solutions based on service-oriented architectures. The core idea is to share services in a net-enabled environment to bring all the information a military user needs to him, no matter what he does, where he is, or what system he currently uses. Within the US, the Global Information Grid (GIG) is currently in use and first examples have been… CONTINUE READING

References

Publications referenced by this paper.
Showing 1-10 of 15 references

Cognitive Models of Situation Awareness : Automatic evaluation of situation awareness in graphic interfaces

J. M. Pullen, R. Brunton, +4 authors A. Tolk
Paper presented at the Behavioral Representation in Modeling and Simulation • 2006

Cognitive Models of Situation Awareness: Automatic evaluation of situation awareness in graphic interfaces. Paper presented at the Behavioral Representation in Modeling and Simulation, May

C. Gonzalez, O. Juarez-Espinosa, M. Endsley, D. Jones
2006

Serious gaming for understanding the influence of advance organizers on adaptive strategies to support effects based approach to operations

R. C. Gaskins, T. T. Cuper, +3 authors J. Hansberger
Paper presented at Behavior Representation in Military Simulation, • 2006

The Integration of Modeling and Simulation with Joint Command and Control on the Global Information Grid

L. S. Winters, A. Tolk
Proceedings IEEE Spring Simulation Interoperability Workshop, IEEE CS Press. Acknowledgement: The authors like to thank Taryn T. Cuper for the support in finalizing the paper • 2005

Shared mental models and shared displays: An empirical evaluation of team performance

C. A. Bolstad
In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 43 Annual Meeting (Santa Monica, CA, • 1999

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…