MIO Cortex: Memory Mechanisms for Operator-Expert Networked Decision Support
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA GRADUATE SCHOOL OF OPERATIONAL AND INFORMATION SCIENCES
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Who Since 2010, researchers led by the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School have conducted a series of experiments at the CEnter for NETwork Innovation and eXperimentation CENETIX. Objective to address threats to the United States and NATO installations overseas. Purpose to examine Networked Decision Support System NWDSS means to detect and interdict nuclear and radiological materials. Where portions of the Baltic and Mediterranean Seas. Results operational models that contribute to the development of the Global Nuclear Detection Architecture GNDA. We describe the emergence of Transactive Memory structures for a collective network of experts and operators sensors, based upon observations of ongoing Maritime Interdiction Operation MIO detection and interdiction experiments. We consider the memory mechanism supporting a MIO networked DSS environment as a network parallel to a human cortex. The MIO cortex reveals itself through observation of its expert nodes. In the environment of a MIO experiment, different collaborative tools play the role of memory processors. These observations make subsequent experimental studies of MIO Cortex bursts and clustering interesting and challenging.
- Computer Systems
- Marine Engineering
- Military Intelligence
- Nuclear Weapons