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Cebrowski, Arthur K.
September 1999
Naval War College Review;Autumn99, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p4
Academic Journal
Discusses the concept of network-centric warfare, which looks at war as a complex, adaptive system wherein nonlinear variables continuously interact. Judgments based on enduring constants and long-period trends; Information-age model of warfare; Discontinuities in the framework of long-term decision making as a characteristic of the information age.


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