Holistan Revisited : Demonstrating Agent-and Knowledge-Based Capabilities for Future Coalition Military Operations

@inproceedings{AVID2008HolistanR,
  title={Holistan Revisited : Demonstrating Agent-and Knowledge-Based Capabilities for Future Coalition Military Operations},
  author={AVID and Ott and DWARD and ENTLE and Ave and Raines and INSTON and IECK and TEVEN and OLTROCK and ETER and OUGHTON and Lun and Reece and ARK and IXON and ICHAEL and TRUB and OBERTS and INESH and ERMA and Igel and R. Sridharan and HADBOLT},
  year={2008}
}
  • AVID, Ott, +21 authors HADBOLT
  • Published 2008
As a fundamental research program, the International Technology Alliance (ITA) aims to explore innovative solutions to some of the challenges confronting US/UK coalition military forces in an era of networkenabled operations. In order to demonstrate some of the scientific and technical achievements of the ITA research program, we have developed a detailed military scenario that features the involvement of US and UK coalition forces in a large-scale humanitarian-assistance/disaster relief (HA/DR… CONTINUE READING

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