Assessing how technology contributes to information superiority and decision dominance a major challenge, in part because it demands quantitative measures for what are usually considered qualitative concepts. The authors have developed a mathematical framework to aid these efforts. Additional work, such as data fitting, experimentation, linking decisions and actions, historical analysis, and gaming will further advance knowledge in this area.Uses of Fused Information The lower levels of fusion are generally characterized by automated systems, such as the Armya#39;s Q-37 Firefinder radar system. ... These assessments generally take place in the command operating center as an adjunct to the intelligence process. ... To provide input to what is in essence a manual process, the Army has developed and implemented the All Source Analysisanbsp;...
|Title||:||Exploring Information Superiority|
|Author||:||Walter L. Perry, David Signori, John E. Jr. Boon|
|Publisher||:||Rand Corporation - 2004-04-02|