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It is well known that the human operator is prone to several perceptual decision/ action idiosyncrasies (especially over sustained periods and under stress), of which the following is a short list (Sage, 1981): Adjustment and anchoring When faced with a large amoung of data, the person 10 The future for command systems selects a datum (such as the mean) as an initial starting point (or anchor) and then adjusts that value improperly in order to incorporate the rest of the data. Availability The decision maker uses only easily available information.
2 Command instructions: The creation, activation, deactivation and removal of latent commands require an additional set of instructions called command verbs. e. (invoke) (authority) (revoke) (authority) (invoke) (requirement) (revoke) (requirement) implies may . . implies must not/may n o t . . implies must... implies need n o t . . For example, (invoke) (authority) (HMS Ajax, sector AB) Authorises HMS Ajax to enter sector AB. (revoke) (authority) (HMS Ajax, sector AB) Prohibits HMS Ajax from entering sector AB.
Superior C 2 cell objectives & method objectives & method Fig. g. the value of disabling an enemy submarine compared with the value of surviving the engagement. In the case of control, the objective is simply that of compliance with the method imposed by command. Effectiveness would be measured by comparing expected resource behaviour against the required behaviour. 6 Hierarchic command Command systems consist of a distributed, hierarchical organisation of cells, possibly performing a mixture of both command and control, and with all but the lowest level of cells generating objectives for their subordinates (Fig.