Planning and Architectural Design of Modern Command Control Communications and Information Systems

Military and Civilian Applications

  • A. Nejat Ince
  • Cem Evrendilek
  • Dag Wilhelmsen
  • Fadıl Gezer

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. A. Nejat Ince, Cem Evrendilek, Dag Wilhelmsen, Fadıl Gezer
    Pages 1-22
  3. A. Nejat Ince, Cem Evrendilek, Dag Wilhelmsen, Fadıl Gezer
    Pages 23-46
  4. A. Nejat Ince, Cem Evrendilek, Dag Wilhelmsen, Fadıl Gezer
    Pages 47-64
  5. A. Nejat Ince, Cem Evrendilek, Dag Wilhelmsen, Fadıl Gezer
    Pages 65-71
  6. A. Nejat Ince, Cem Evrendilek, Dag Wilhelmsen, Fadıl Gezer
    Pages 73-162
  7. A. Nejat Ince, Cem Evrendilek, Dag Wilhelmsen, Fadıl Gezer
    Pages 163-211
  8. A. Nejat Ince, Cem Evrendilek, Dag Wilhelmsen, Fadıl Gezer
    Pages 213-251
  9. A. Nejat Ince, Cem Evrendilek, Dag Wilhelmsen, Fadıl Gezer
    Pages 253-265
  10. A. Nejat Ince, Cem Evrendilek, Dag Wilhelmsen, Fadıl Gezer
    Pages 267-290
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 291-301

About this book

Introduction

The subject of this book is Command Control Communication and Information 3 (C I) which is the management infrastructure for any large or complex dynamic resource systems. Here command means the determination of what to do, and control means the ongoing managementofthe execution ofa command. 3 Decision making is the essence of C I which is accomplished through a phased implementation of a set of facilities, communications, personnel, equipment and procedures for monitoring, forecasting, planning, directing, allocating resources, and generating options to achieve specific and general objectives. 3 The C I system that is in question here is for a strategic military command including its subordinate commands. Although the design methodology that will be expounded in the book is for a military system, it can, to a large extent, apply also to tactical military as well as to civilian management information systems (MIS). 3 A C I system is a decision making network that reflects a hierarchical organization 3 of C I nodes. Each node is responsible for the management of some portion ofthe available resources, where the higher level nodes are responsible for a 3 correspondingly greater portion of the resources. Within a C I system both command and control decision making occur at every level of the hierarchy. Command decisions at one level determine how to satisfy the management decisions at a higher level.

Keywords

Phase Standard Standards architectural design communication information model monitor network system design

Authors and affiliations

  • A. Nejat Ince
    • 1
  • Cem Evrendilek
    • 1
  • Dag Wilhelmsen
    • 2
  • Fadıl Gezer
    • 1
  1. 1.Istanbul Technical University FoundationCentre for Defence StudiesTurkey
  2. 2.NATO C3 AGENCYthe HagueThe Netherlands

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-6159-0
  • Copyright Information Kluwer Academic Publishers 1997
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4613-7823-5
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4615-6159-0
  • Series Print ISSN 0893-3405
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