JADE: A Tool for Rapid Crisis Action Planning

@inproceedings{Mulvehill1999JADEAT,
  title={JADE: A Tool for Rapid Crisis Action Planning},
  author={Alice M. Mulvehill and Joseph A. Caroli},
  year={1999}
}
Abstract : The Joint Assistant for Deployment and Execution (JADE) offers a new technique for rapid force deployment planning, especially in crisis situations. JADE is being developed by BBN Technologies under contract to the Air Force Research Lab and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). It is being designed to operate within the next generation Global Command and Control System. JADE implements state of the art technology to reduce the time typically required for building a… 

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