Date of Award
Master of Science
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Thomas Hartrum, PhD
This research investigated the feasibility of applying software engineering technology to the Air Force wing command and control (C2) domain. As part of this research, domain analysis and object-oriented techniques were investigated and a specific approach was chosen to analyze the domain. Analysis of the domain resulted in an object-oriented domain model that captured the key objects, operations, and associations, and behavior of wing C2. The domain model was used to design and implement a prototype software tool that enables wing decision makers to assign resources to mission tasks and to make assessments about automation's impact on wing C2 operations.
DTIC Accession Number
Hunt, Robert J., "ModeIing Operational Task Assignment in Air Force Wing Command and Control" (1994). Theses and Dissertations. 6383.