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SYST 680: Principles of Command, Control, Communications, Computing, and Intelligence (C4I)

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Broad introduction to fundamental principles of command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence (C4I). Principles and techniques applicable to wide range of civilian and military situations. Discusses modeling and simulation of combat operations. Studies in detail sensing, fusion, and situation assessment processes. Derives optimal decision-making rules; discusses concepts of C4 architectures; and develops tools to evaluate and design C4 systems such as queuing theory.

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Broad introduction to fundamental principles of command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence (C4I). Principles and techniques applicable to wide range of civilian and military situations. Discusses modeling and simulation of combat operations. Studies in detail sensing, fusion, and situation assessment processes. Derives optimal decision-making rules; discusses concepts of C4 architectures; and develops tools to evaluate and design C4 systems such as queuing theory.

When Offered: Fall

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Equivalent to ECE 670/OR 683

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

ECE 528, SYST 611, or OR 542; or equivalent.

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