Employing Internet2 Technology to Enable Collaborative Research and Distributed Training in Complex Multi-Operator Settings
Christopher Barnes, Brooks AFB, United States ; Linda R. Elliott, rooks AFB, United States ; Eileen B. Entin, Aptima, Inc., United States
WEBNETJ Volume 3, Number 4, ISSN 1522-192X Publisher: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), Chesapeake, VA
The United States Air Force is positioned to take full advantage of Internet2 technologies. This paper summarizes the Air Force's Distributed Mission Training Research Network (DMT-Rnet), an Internet2 based network for collaborative research and training via distributed PC-based systems. This network creates complex environments for multi-operator training and performance research. An initial phase of this program is utilizing the dynamic distributed decision making network (DDDnet) as a simulation platform. DDD simulations require important team-oriented cognitive processes such as communication and coordination, resource allocation and sharing, and decision making. in a successful demonstration, three distributed teams of teams played a DDD-based scenario and observers at distributed locations rated performance using web-based tools that allowed immediate data pooling, analysis, and feedback, within 10 minutes after the scenario run was completed.
Barnes, C., Elliott, L.R. & Entin, E.B. (2001). Employing Internet2 Technology to Enable Collaborative Research and Distributed Training in Complex Multi-Operator Settings. WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues, 3(4), 24-31. Norfolk, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).
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