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4 September 2003 Joint synthetic battlespace for decision support (JSB-DS)
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Joint Synthetic Battlespace for Decision Support (JSB-DS) is a developing set of concepts and an affiliated prototype environment with a goal of investigating the nature of decision support within a Command and Control (C2) context. To date, this investigation has focused on processing raw operational data into decision quality information and then presenting that information in a format that is useful and intuitive to a decision maker. The JSB-DS prototype was developed to support experimentation involving visual representation of, and interaction with, operational information. JSB-DS's prototype environment utilizes mission level battlefield simulations as a means to investigate decision and visualization aids with respect to situation awareness and reduction in decision timelines. These distributed simulations support dynamic re-tasking of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) and airborne strike assets within a Time Critical Target (TCT) prosecution vignette. The JSB-DS environment can serve as a basis for testing C2/TCT processes, procedures and training.
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Dawn A. Trevisani, Alex F. Sisti, and Jerome H. Reaper "Joint synthetic battlespace for decision support (JSB-DS)", Proc. SPIE 5091, Enabling Technologies for Simulation Science VII, (4 September 2003); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.500176
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