The Collaborative Engineering Section (Code 5585) develops technology in the domain of Service Oriented Architectures, web services orchestration, business process modeling, workflow management, and advanced software engineering environments.

Effective net centric operations will require agile engineering of networked sensors, weapons, and decision makers into an enterprise that supports information sharing between organizations, echelon levels, and dynamically formed communities of interest. The emerging software engineering model to achieve this agility is collaborative engineering that involves users, developers, systems administrators, and advanced software development and execution environments. The software industry is moving towards more collaborative processes that break down the walls between software developers and users. These collaborative processes allow end users to define and build the processes in which they work and consequently align their work toward capabilities-based processes.

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Publications

2014 Hyden, P., S. Russell, D. Jakubek, N. Paxton, and I. S. Moskowitz, "Advancing Future Network Science through Content Understanding", STO-MP-IST-123 - Cognitive Radio and Future Networks, The Netherlands, 2014.  (596.2 KB)
2011 Hyden, P., "Communicating Uncertainty Information across Conceptual Boundaries", Winter Simulation Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, 12/2011.  (6.01 MB)
2011 Hyden, P., and S. Russell, "Balancing Information Analysis and Decision Value: A Model to Exploit the Decision Process", Winter Simulation Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, 12/2011.  (9.66 MB)
2011 Blasch, E., S. Russell, and G. Seetharaman, "Joint Data Management for MOVINT: Data-To-Decision Making", 14th International Conference on Information Fusion, Chicago, Illinois, 2011.  (1.17 MB)
2011 Hyden, P., S. Russell, and W. Gu, "Data to Decisions: Challenges to Analytical Interoperability to Meet the Needs of National Security Decision Process", INFORMS Northeast Regional Conference, Amherst, Massachusetts, 2011.  (8.36 MB)
2011 Linderman, M. H., G. Chasse, A-C. Boury-Brisset, J. Nevitt, J. Henley, R. Read, S. Russell, and P. Hyden, "The Role of Information Fusion Management to Support High-Level Fusion", Information Fusion: Theory and Representations, Boston, Massachusetts, Artech House, pp. 105-135, 2011.