ROLE OF MENTAL MODELS IN COMMAND AND CONTROL

Victor E. Bobylov, Serhii M. Kononenko

Abstract


The article describes and analyzes the main approaches to command and control. Their positive and negative sides were determined. The most effective command and control approach is offered based on the analysis. This approach is based on the educational model which is based on the feedback process. These models represent the individual mental (“intellectual”) models, which have an essential role when making command and control commander decisions in peacetime and in a special period.

Keywords


decision maker; command and control; mental models; command and control approaches; feedback

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