Measuring team situation awareness in decentralized command and control environments

  title={Measuring team situation awareness in decentralized command and control environments},
  author={J. Gorman and N. Cooke and Jennifer Winner},
  pages={1312 - 1325}
  • J. Gorman, N. Cooke, Jennifer Winner
  • Published 2006
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Ergonomics
  • Decentralized command and control settings like those found in the military are rife with complexity and change. These settings typically involve dozens, if not hundreds to thousands, of heterogeneous players coordinating in a distributed fashion in a dynamically networked battlefield laden with sensor data, intelligence reports, communications, and plans emanating from many different perspectives. Consider the concept of team situation awareness in this setting. What does it mean for a team to… CONTINUE READING

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