Cognitive Work Analysis Modeling for Tactical Decision Support

@inproceedings{ChalmersCognitiveWA,
  title={Cognitive Work Analysis Modeling for Tactical Decision Support},
  author={Bruce A. Chalmers and Robert D. G. Webb and Roy Keeble}
}
The 21 century is witnessing significant and growing challenges in naval warfare. Developments in the capabilities of maritime threats, larger numbers of smaller, newer threats that can be rapidly deployed, and an increasing requirement for agile and adaptive responses to rapid change at all levels of Command and Control are among the many factors widely anticipated to increase demands on command decision making. It is anticipated that operators could be supported through various technological… CONTINUE READING

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