Digitization of the Battlespace III

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Coalition command and control: a Canadian perspective 2
Industry perspective on battlespace digitization 14
Future directions of information systems in the Army After Next 20
Programmable modular joint tactical radio in a communications system environment 27
Comparison of two command and control reference models 38
Information management for real-time multimedia battlefield information dissemination and processing 45
Technology evaluation, assessment, modeling, and simulation: the TEAMS capability 54
Decentralized multiplatform data fusion 63
Using multiple perspectives to suppress information and complexity 72
Intelligence, mapping, and geospatial exploitation system (IMAGES) 86
Making information overload work: the Dragon software system on a virtual reality responsive workbench 96
Stochastic approximation approach to predictive encoding for bandwidth saving in situation awareness 110
EMI/EMC analysis of the Global Hawk for the airborne communication node 118
Reliable multicast for the digital battlefield 133
Expert communication link management: overview and progress 144
Iterative joint detection and decoding for MA communications using decision feedback 154
Netwars: toward the definition of a unified framework for modeling and simulation of joint communication systems 162
Moving target exploitation 172
Internetting tactical security sensor systems 184
Environmental sensors and algorithms for ground-based passive acoustic sensors 195
Thrifti: tomographic hyperspectral remote imaging Fourier transform interferometer 207
Uncooled IR applications for the battlefield: ground-based sensors at Alliant Techsystems 217
Replacing 16-mm airborne film cameras with commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) digital imaging 226
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