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Israeli Air strength 1948 to the current КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: palms & Armour PressСерия: Warbirds Illustrated 023Автор(ы): Yehuda BorovikЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 1984Количество страниц: 73ISBN: 0-85368-620-3Формат: pdfРазмер: eighty three. three mbRapid1Rapid2 fifty one

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The committee assumed that the purpose of establishing an NSTEC would be to promote creativity and innovation, to attract and retain intellectual talent, to establish partnerships that can capitalize 13 INTRODUCTION on frontier research at universities and in industry, and to develop affordable and timely solutions to issues concerning network technology and systems through interactions with the warfighter/user. The committee made other key assumptions focused on the uncertainties of need and the practicalities of resource constraints in recognition that the Army cannot undertake everything that it deems important.

Of necessity, the committee took a high-level approach to its analyses of both personnel and infrastructure. Detailed data on current and projected levels of personnel resources and investments in all of the network-related activities were not available for all organizations, making a detailed manpower analysis impossible. S&T funding for an NSTEC was estimated by extrapolating amounts provided for Fiscal Year 2006 network-related activities. Network Science As a starting point, the committee reviewed findings and recommendations of the 2005 National Research Council (NRC) report Network Science, which identified for the Army key research challenges, specific research areas, and the scope of facilities and equipment necessary to conduct world-class research in network science (NRC, 2005).

Recommendations should not require new enabling legislation. • The proposed NSTEC would be capable of serving the needs of both Army and joint operational requirements. Of necessity, the committee took a high-level approach to its analyses of both personnel and infrastructure. Detailed data on current and projected levels of personnel resources and investments in all of the network-related activities were not available for all organizations, making a detailed manpower analysis impossible. S&T funding for an NSTEC was estimated by extrapolating amounts provided for Fiscal Year 2006 network-related activities.

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