Modelling Command and Control: Event Analysis of Systemic Teamwork

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., Jan 1, 2008 - Social Science - 249 pages
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This volume takes a broad view of command and control research, to include C2 (command and control), C3 (command, control and communication) and C4 (command, control, communication and computers), as well as human supervisory control paradigms. It presents case studies in diverse military applications.
 

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Contents

Case Study at HMS Dryad
3
1 SAS050 Space of C2
12
5 Network Centric Operations Conceptual Framework
18
9 Propositional network from the air traffic control work domain
24
14 Distributed with information sharing
31
18 Kotters model of organisational dynamics 1978
37
23 Hollnagels contextual control model
44
Event Analysis of Systemic Teamwork
49
15 Example propositional network
114
Case Study at HMS Dryad
119
1 Illustration of workstations onboard a Type23 frigate
121
4 Social network encompassing all three scenarios
132
8 Propositional network for the air threat task
139
19 Identify and classify targets
145
31 Engage targets
151
Case Study in RAF Boeing E3D Sentry
157

1 Social network diagram
60
5 Propositional network for objects referred to in CDM tables
68
8 Propositional network for CDM phase three
69
10 Hazardous chemical spillage event flowchart
76
11 CUD template
95
14 Example OSD template
104
1 Typical seating plan onboard an RAF E3D
158
Case Study in Battle Group HQ
181
Development of a Generic Process Model of Command
221
Bibliography
239
Index
245
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Neville A. Stanton is Research Professor in the School of Engineering and Design at Brunel University, London, UK. Chris Baber is a Reader in Interactive Systems Design in the Electronic, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Birmingham, UK. Don Harris is a Reader and Course Director for the MSc in Human Factors in Health & Safety at Work and Ergonomics, Director of the Flight Deck Design and Aviation Safety Group and of the Defence Human Factors Group at Cranfield University, UK.

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