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  • Command and Control Rapid Prototyping Continuum (C2RPC) Transition: Bridging the Valley of Death

    Nicholas Gizzi (2011)
    Proceedings Paper (for Acquisition Research Program) Technologies developed under the U.S. Navy''s science and technology (S&T) umbrella have historically had only moderate success transitioning to Navy Command and Control (C2) programs of record (PORs). The primary reason for the limited success rate stems from the different missions of the two program sponsors. S&T, consisting primarily of research scientists and technologists, has a mission to ''foster and encourage research'' as rela...

    Imaging and reflectance spectroscopy for the evaluation of effective camouflage in the SWIR

    Ho, Chee Leong (2007)
    The emergence of SWIR (short-wave infrared) sensors and ongoing development of multi-spectral imagers that operate across four wavebands (visible, NIR, SWIR and MWIR) pose new challenges for current camouflage, concealment and deception technologies. For one, they render ineffective conventional camouflage material that worked well in the visible part of the spectrum. The aim of this thesis is to propose means to provide effective camouflage across the visible and SWIR spectrums. A system was...

    An accuracy analysis of an ad hoc lower confidence limit procedure for system availability

    Kibsgaard, Bjørnar Johan (1971)
    Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited http://archive.org/details/accuracyanalysis00kibs Lieutenant Commander, Royal Norwegian Navy

    Numerical and experimental investigation of performance improvements of a cross-flow fan

    Antoniadis, Vlassios. (2010)
    Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited The cross-flow fan has an inherent ability to provide thrust to an airfoil as well as provide boundary layer control. The thrust can be easily vectored and usually the cross-flow fan is fully embedded within the airfoil, making its operation relatively safe. Those characteristics make it very favorable as a propulsive means for a vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircraft. However, further design improvements are needed for competiti...

    Use of a Team Collaboration Model to Identify Candidate Knowledge Management and Collaboration Technologies

    Kendall, Tony; Hutchins, Susan G. (2009)
    Motivation – We used a model of team collaboration as a framework to assist in the requirements stage of knowledge management (KM) and collaboration system development. Research approach – The model emphasizes the macrocognitive processes entailed in collaboration and includes major processes that underlie this type of communication. Data was analyzed for several 9/11 efforts and air-warfare scenarios. Findings/Design – Data captured from teams performing their tasks provided i...
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