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puterized) that connect conceptually to the larger realm of M&S. Here the panel believes that it is important that military scientists inform and be informed by the emerging work on common models of the mission space (CMMS). As an example here, someone conducting research on command and control might need to see how his ideas could be modularized so as to be useful in a DOD-wide model repository constructed with the imagery of Figure 5.3 in mind. 4
Adapted from a MORS briefing on CMMS issues sponsored by the Defense Modeling and Simulation Office (1996).