Database Model for Military Operational Information System

  • Sarbjit Singh Directorate General of Signals, Army HQ, New Delhi-110 011
Keywords: Hierarchical database, Battlefield activity data, Battlefield information


The existing system of exchange of battlefield information among Commanders at various levels is not responsive to the needs of today's fast changing battlefield scenario. This paper proposes a network of field computer systems with hierarchical database which includes organic data of various units as well as battlefield activity data.


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How to Cite
Singh, S. (2013). Database Model for Military Operational Information System. Defence Science Journal, 38(2), 141-159.
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