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... STATEMENT OF TASK Recognizing the information management and communications problems and opportunities facing the Army, and the potential use of commercial multimedia technologies to assist in their solution, the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Research and Technology asked that the National Research Council conduct a study. The study would examine the applicability of commercial multimedia communications to Army command, control, communications, and intelligence (C3I)
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... The committee reviewed the status of and trends associated with key multimedia communications technologies, drawing on invited presenters and its own experts. The committee configured a generic layered architecture as a basis for identifying building block technologies needed to meet Army requirements.
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... The Army Enterprise Strategy3 envisions widespread deployment of applications associated with digitization of the battlefield by the year 2010. The committee believes that multimedia information technologies and applications are evolving so rapidly that it is not realistic to project 3 The Army Enterprise Strategy is the single, unified vision for the Army command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence community.

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