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The Combat Effectiveness Model of Air Operation Centre



For the realistic war games simulation there is a need to express operator abilities by a mathematical function. This paper deals with the combat effectiveness model of the air operation centre, which derives from the theory of probability. This model describes the analysis and the quantification of stressful factors by which can operator meet in time of peace, crises and war. The model is simply applicable to every entity in the command and control structure and it can be used for training and exercises purposes or more precisely for simulations representing the human behaviour. Instead of possible evaluation, the paper contains the key factors which influence the working process and some important results clarifying the impact of the 24hours duty at human organism.


Behavioural science, Simulation, Control and Reporting Centre, Theory of probability, Numerical algorithms,
Human factor, Work conditions.
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