DARPA Explores Enemy C2 Structures, Decision-Making Processes

By Sebastian Sprenger / December 16, 2004 at 5:00 AM
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is trying to learn more about the inner workings of enemy command and control structures. According to a Nov. 10 request for information , DARPA is exploring methods to find out how they operate, how they are organized, how they produce decisions -- and, ultimately, how to disrupt them. Responses were due last week. According to the RFI, the agency -- specifically its information exploitation office -- is interested in "computational techniques" that would...

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