Дэвид Альберт

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Дэвид Альберт (David S. Albert) Лидер исследовательской программы командования и управления Command and Control Research Program, CCRP МО США. "Задача программы совершенствование понимания национальной безопасности в информационную эпоху".
25 лет занимает и занимал высокие посты в аналитических службах МО США (OASD (NII), ACTIS, Институт стратегических исследований, и проч. и проч.), а также имеет соотвествующую академическую карьеру в области компьютерных наук, исследования операций, занимает посты в системотехнических коммерческих фирмах.
Получил степень бакалавра в 1964 г. за работу в области статистики, докторскую степень в 1968 году за работу в области исследования операций. Профессор-исследователь в Джорж Масон Университете. Lnk
Конспективно и в схемах Дэвид Альберт изложил свои взгляды в недавней работе Network enabled command and control short cource. (Краткий курс сетевых возможностей командования и управления (2009)). Состоящего из "модулей", представляющих собой рубрикаторы, тезисы тезисы и схемы - всего 254 стр.:

  • Module 1. Traditional C2. Традиционное КиУ
  • Module 2. Network-enabled capability. - Сетевые возможности КиУ
  • Module 3. Complex endeavors. - Сложные системные действия.
  • Module 4. NEC2 for complex Endeavors? - Сложные системные действия в сети.
  • Module 5. Harmonizing C2 with focus and convergence. - Фокус и сосредоточение КиУ.
  • Module 6. Review and way forward. - Обзор и перспективы.
  • Module 7. Implication for intel. - Значение для разведки.
  • Module 8. ELICIT and abELICIT examples. - Примеры системный концепций ELICIT.

Интернет[править]


Reports[править]

  • "Net Work" Network science issue of interest. David S Albert
  • Validation model of complex phenomena. Michael Smeltzer
  • The Information Age: An Anthology on Its Impact and Consequences. eds. David S. Alberts, Daniel S. Papp
  • Information age anthology: national security implications of the information age. Volume II. eds. David S. Alberts, Daniel S. Papp
  • Information age anthology: the information age military. Volume III. eds. David S. Alberts, Daniel S. Papp
  • Interoperability Risk Mitigation through the Application of Operational Capability Based Engineering. Jack Lenahan, Don Pacetti, Rebecca Reed, Paul Mori
  • Informatics technology. Paul Blatch
  • Preventing & Responding to conflict: A new approach.
  • Leadership in complex responses. George P.Burdell
  • Agility focus and convergence. David S Alberts
  • Focus and convergence challenges for complexity and network science.
  • Wicked problems and comprehensive thinking in irregular warfare. Ed Smith, Mark Clemente
  • Decentralized Team Model for New Service Functions, Features and Control. Hiroshi Yamaguchi, Yuko Mori, Masahito Gotaishi, Chitoor V. Ramamoorthy
  • Command without commanders. Berndt Brehmer
  • Defining agility.
  • A<ssessing Resilience in Complex Adaptive Societal Systems. A. van Lieburg, P.J. Petiet, P.G.M. van Scheepstal, N.P. Le Grand
  • Agile Sense-Making in an Intersubjective Environment. Dr. William Mitchell
  • The agile organization. From informal networks to complex effects and agility. Simon Reay Atkinson, James Moffat
  • Decentralized Command and Control: Self-Organization in a Simple Model for Emergency Response. Michael I. Bell
  • Implication of complexity research for command and control. M.I. Bell
  • Prognos: applying probabilistic ontologies to distributed predictive situation assessment in naval operations. Paulo Cesar G. da Costa, Kathryn Blackmond Laskey, KC Chang
  • Automated Instantaneous Performance Assessment for Marine-Squad Urban-Terrain Training. Neil C. Rowe
  • Towards Trust-based Cognitive Networks: A Survey of Trust Management for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks. Jin-Hee Cho, Ananthram Swami
  • ELICIT - Experimental laboratory for investigating collaboration, information sharing, and trust.
  • C2 maturity model experimental validation. Statistical analysises of ELICIT experimentation data. David S. Albert
  • NATO NEC C2 maturity model. Overview.
  • Hierarchical organisation.
  • Command arrangements for peace operations. David S. Alberts, Richard E. Hayes
  • Complexity, Global Politics, and National Security. eds. David S. Alberts, Thomas J. Czerwinski
  • Defensive Information Warfare. David S. Alberts
  • Network centric warfare: Developing and Leveraging Information Superiority. David S. Alberts, John J. Garstka, Frederick P. Stein
  • Planning: complex endeavors. Future of command and control. David S. Alberts, Richard E. Hayes
  • Power to the Edge: Command and Control in the Information Age. David S. Alberts, Richard E. Hayes
  • Understanding command and control. David S. Alberts, Richard E. Hayes
  • Understanding Information Age Warfare. David S. Alberts, John J. Garstka, Richard E. Hayes, David A. Signori
  • The Unintended Consequences of Information Age Technologies. David S. Alberts
  • Information Campaigns for Peace Operations. Kevin Avruch, James L. Narel, Pascale Combelles Siegel
  • Divergent paths: the centralization of airlift command, control, and execution. Jeffrey S. Brown
  • CCRP Overview. David S. Alberts
  • Operations Other Than War (OOTW): The Technological Dimension.
  • Humanitarian and Peace Operations: NGOs and the Military in the Interagency Process. Lisa Witzig Davidson, Margaret Daly Hayes, James J. Landon
  • Information Warfare and International Law. Lawrence T. Greenberg, Seymour E. Goodman, Kevin J. Soo Hoo
  • Doing Windows. Non-Traditional Military Responses to Complex Emergencies. Bradd C. Hayes, Jeffrey I. Sands
  • Information superiority & network centric warfare. David S. Albert, John Garstka
  • Journal of defence science. v.8 n.3 Sept03</a>
  • Leadership. John H. Clippinger
  • Dominant Battlespace Knowledge. eds. Martin C. Libicki, Stuart E. Johnson, William A. Owens
  • What Is Information Warfare? Martin C. Libicki
  • Complexity. Theory and Network Centric Warfare. James Moffat
  • NATO NEC C2 maturity model. David S. Alberts, Reiner K. Huber, James Moffat
  • The big issue: command and combat in the information age. ed. David Potts
  • Power to the Edge. Command... Control... in the Information Age. David S. Alberts, Richard E. Hayes
  • Expiriences with net-centric advocacy assessment. Hans Polzer
  • Complexity, networking, & effects-based approaches to operations. Edward A. Smith
  • Effects Based Operations. Applying Network Centric Warfare in Peace, Crisis, and War. Edward A. Smith
  • Shock and Awe Achieving Rapid Dominance. Harlan K. Ullman, James P. Wade
  • Information Warfare and Deterrence. Gary F. Wheatley, Richard E. Hayes


Books[править]

  • Coping with the Bounds. A Neo-Clausewitzean Primer. Thomas J. Czerwinski
  • Network enabled command and control short cource. David S. Albert
  • Module 1. Traditional C2.
  • Module 2. Network-enabled capability.
  • Module 3. Complex endeavors.
  • Module 4. NEC2 for complex Endeavors?
  • Module 5. Harmonizing C2 with focus and convergence.
  • Module 6. Review and way forward.
  • Module 7. Implication for intel.
  • Module 8. ELICIT and abELICIT examples.
  • Information Age Transformation. Getting to a 21st Century Military. David S. Alberts
  • Confrontation Analysis: Operations Other Than War. How to Win. Nigel Howard
  • The logic of warfighting experiments. Richard A. Kass
  • Behind the Wizard's Curtain: An Integration Environment for a System of Systems. Annette J. Krygiel


IC2J papers[править]

  • The international C2 journal
  • Human nature and social networks. John H. Clippinger
  • Agility, Focus, and Convergence: The Future of Command and Control. David S. Alberts
  • Modelling Human Decision-Making in Simulation Models of Conflict. James Moffat
  • Enterprise Command, Control, and Design: Bridging C2 Practice and CT Research. Mark E. Nissen
  • Effects of Individual and Team Characteristics on the Performance of Small Networked Teams. Reiner K. Huber, Petra M. Eggenhofer, Jens Romer, Sebastian Schafer, Klaus Titze
  • It’s an Endeavor, Not a Force. Richard E. Hayes
  • Agile Networking in Command and Control. Peter Essens, Mink Spaans, Willem Treurniet
  • Understanding the Functions of C2 Is the Key to Progress. Berndt Brehmer
  • Automation Architecture for Single Operator, Multiple UAV Command and Control. M.L. Cummings,1 S. Bruni, S. Mercier, P.J. Mitchell
  • Custom Work Aids for Distributed Command and Control Teams: A Key to Enabling Highly Effective Teams. Samuel R. Kuper, Beth L. Giurelli
  • Adaptive Automation for Human-Robot Teaming in Future Command and Control Systems. Raja Parasuraman, Michael Barnes, Keryl Cosenzo
  • Improving Planning and Replanning: Using a Formal Grammar to Automate Processing of Command and Control Information for Decision Support. Ulrich Schade, Michael R. Hieb
  • Awareness in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operations. Jill L. Drury, Stacey D. Scott
  • Tightly Coupling Cognition: Understanding How Communication and Awareness Drive Coordination in Teams. Michael A. Rosen, Stephen M. Fiore, Eduardo Salas, Michael Letsky, Norman Warner
  • A Minimum Spanning Tree Approach to Identifying Collective Behaviour and Inferring Intent for Combat Models. Aleem Hossain, Nick Walmsley, Paul Pearce
  • Representing a Combat ID Analysis Tool within an Agent Based Constructive Simulation. David Dean, Alasdair Vincent, Beejal Mistry, Aleem Hossain, Mink Spaans, Peter Petiet
  • A View of the Combat CAS: Unifying Net-Enabled Teams. Paul J. Hiniker
  • A Multiagent System for Tactical Control of Automated Forces. Robert H. Kewley, Jr., Mark J. Embrechts
  • The Impact of Heterogeneity on Operator Performance in Future Unmanned Vehicle Systems. Carl Nehme, Brian Mekdeci, Jacob W. Crandall, M. L. Cummings
  • Modeling the Complexity of Combat in the Context of C2. K.B. Sprague, P. Dobias
  • Implementation of a Formal Standard for Interoperability in M&S/Systems of Systems Integration with DEVS/SOA. Saurabh Mittal, Bernard P. Zeigler, Jose L. Risco-Martin
  • Understanding Information Uncertainty within the Context of a Net-Centric Data Model: A Mine Warfare Example. Megan A. Cramer, Jeffrey E. Beach, Thomas A. Mazzuchi, Shahram Sarkani
  • Using B PM to Support Systems Interoperability. Dennis Taylor, Hisham Assal
  • Applying the Information Age Combat Model: Quantitative Analysis of Network Centric Operations. Sean Deller, Shannon R. Bowling, Ghaith A. Rabadi, Andreas Tolk, Michael I. Bell
  • Measuring Dimensions of Command and Control. Using Social Network Analysis: Extending the NATO SAS-050 Model. Guy H. Walker, Neville A. Stanton, Kirsten Revell, Laura Rafferty, Paul Salmon, Dan Jenkins
  • From Clansman to Bowman: HFI Principles for NEC System Design. Guy H. Walker, Neville A. Stanton, Dan Jenkins, Paul Salmon
  • Exploring Alternative Edge versus Hierarchy C2 Organizations using the ELICIT Platform with Configurable Chat System. Peter Thunholm, Ng, Ee Chong, Mervyn Cheah, Tan, Kin Yong Ms. Nency Chua, Chua, Ching Lian
  • An Extended Enterprise Architecture for a Network-Enabled, Effects-Based Approach for National Park Protection—Transitioning Military Paradigms. Tod M. Schuck
  • Toward Harmonizing Command and Control with Organization and Management Theory. David S. Alberts, Mark E. Nissen
  • Implications of Operationalizing a Comprehensive Approach: Defining. What Interagency Interoperability Really Means. Andrew P. Williams
  • Semantic Service Discovery for Interoperability in Tactical Military Networks. Frank T. Johnsen, Marianne Rustad, Trude Hafsoe, Anders Eggen, Tommy Gagnes
  • Formalization and Agility in Military Headquarters Planning. Alexander Kalloniatis, Iain Macleod
  • A Behavioral Model of Team Sensemaking. Ellen Powers, Frank Stech, Kevin Burns
  • Knowledge Sharing as a Contingency in the Design of Counterterrorism Organizations. Mark E. Nissen, Tara A. Leweling



  • Code of Best Practice[править]

  • NATO Code of Best Practice for C2 Assessment. Analyst’s Summary Guide.
  • NATO code of best practice for command and control assessment.
  • NATO Code of Best Practice for C2 Assessment. Decisionmaker’s Guide
  • Campaigns of experimentation. Pathways to innovation and transformation. Code of best practice. David S. Alberts, Richard E. Hayes
  • Code of best practice experimentation. CCRP


  • Local affairs[править]

  • Lessons From Bosnia: The IFOR Experience. ed. Larry Wentz
  • Lessons From Kosovo: The KFOR Experience. ed. Larry Wentz
  • Somalia operations: lessons learned. Kenneth Allard
  • Target Bosnia: Integrating Information Activities in Peace Operations. NATO-Led Operations In Bosnia-Herzegovina. Pascale Combelles Siegel
  • Interagency and Political-Military Dimensions of Peace Operations: Haiti - A Case Study. eds. Margaret Daly Hayes, Radm Gary F. Weatley
  • См. также[править]