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By  and Celestine A. NtuenEui H. Park, Calvin Johnson, Bill Murphy, Robert A. Cassella and Celestine A. Ntuen

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The objective of this paper is to provide an event report on a workshop on human dimensions in future battle command systems. The realization are: (a) Inform the relevance of human dimensions in future modular forces with network-enabled Battle Command System; (b) Identify analyses requirements for human-technology collaborative work systems, and (c) Inform the requirements for human dimension training developments. The workshop identified cognition and visualization as one of the primary components of human dimensions based on cognitive factors. Some of these include decision making, visualizing, concept formulation and battlefield awareness-selecting the critical time and place to act, and knowing how and when to make adjustments when in contact with the enemies. The workshop used military subject matter experts. The workshop recommendations do not advocate any standard or must follow “issues. ” It was noted that the human dimensions will have to transcend the constructivist and physique concepts to mentalist and cognitivist

Year: 2014
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