By C.J. Harris, I. White
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Even this simplified 'complex' problem serves to illustrate the wide range of factors which must be handled: Influence of weapon on destruction Choice of weapon(s) to cause sufficient damage with sufficient confidence Extent to which firing weapon(s) warns the target to take evasive action Influence of platform on destruction Weapon's delivery dependency on platform position and motion Extent to which the platform motion warns the target to take evasive action Influence of weapon on survival Possibility of causing self-inflicted damage The C~process: a model of command 31 Extent to which firing weapon(s) betrays own position and alerts the target to mount a counter-attack Influence of platform on survival Extent to which platform motion betrays own position and alerts the target into mounting a counter-attack Evasive steering to be performed in response to suspected counter-attack.
Invoke) (requirement) (HMS Ajax, sector AB) Orders HMS Ajax to enter/occupy sector AB. (revoke) (requirement) (HMS Ajax, sector AB) Indicates HMS Ajax is not confined to sector AB. g. a rule of engagement may initially be defined and later invoked by reference to its ROE number. A final command verb 'undefine' simply provides the ability to delete previously defined latent commands. g. a latent command may be activated for a finite duration, within a finite region or subject to certain circumstances.
The subordinate commanders Ci and C2 must in turn produce lower-level plans (Pn, P i 2 and P 2 i , P 22 ) aimed at fulfilling their respective objectives. Each lower-level plan will be assigned to a controller responsible for implementation of that plan. 2 Mutual interference in distributed command: The discussion of problem decomposition indicated the need for any plan to be consistent despite component parts of the overall plan being delegated separately. Consider the example shown in Fig. 13.
Advances in command, control & communication systems by C.J. Harris, I. White