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Cognitive coordination is the timely and adaptive sharing of information. Command and control, particularly on the network-centric battle space, requires extensive coordination among a group of cognitive entities (humans and agents). The goal of the research is to better understand cognitive coordination and the impact of mode of communication, presence of synthetic teammates, and training regime on team performance and coordination. CERI’s efforts in this area have yielded empirical findings related to the acquisition and retention of team coordination skill in addition to metrics for assessing performance, coordination, situation awareness, and knowledge at the team level. The empirical findings and metrics are relevant to cognitive coordination on the network-centric battlefield as well as domains such as homeland security.

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