|Title||Studying Naturally Occurring Change Points in Navy Radio Communications|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2011|
|Journal||2011 NRL Review|
It is expected that future Naval forces will be defined by their agility and their capacity for coping with highly dynamic environments . Decision-making in the Combat Information Center (CIC) of the future is exactly such an environment. The individual Naval watchstander might be responsible for the concurrent monitoring of numerous radio communications channels, along with actively monitoring and responding to events on multiple visual displays. Such attentionally demanding environments have motivated various human-computer interaction (HCI) solutions to help warfighters deal with the vast number of information sources needing to be monitored in order to perform their duties successfully.
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