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Integrated Environment Management for Information Operations Testbeds

Integrated Environment Management for Information Operations Testbeds,10.1007/978-3-540-78243-8_5,T. H. Yu,B. W. Fuller,J. H. Bannick,L. M. Rossey,R.

Integrated Environment Management for Information Operations Testbeds   (Citations: 2)
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Network testbeds are indispensable for developing and testing information operations (IO) technologies. Lincoln Laboratory has been developing LARIAT to support IO test design, development, and execution with high-fidelity user simulations. As LARIAT becomes more advanced, enabling larger and more realistic and complex tests, effective management software has proven essential. In this paper, we present the Director, a graphical user interface that enables experimenters to quickly define, control, and monitor reliable IO tests on a LARIAT testbed. We describe how the interface simplifies these key elements of testbed operation by providing the experimenter with an appropriate system abstraction, support for basic and advanced usage, scalable performance and visualization in large networks, and interpretable and correct feedback.
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    • ...More recently, along with others in our group, two of the current authors developed a graphical user interface for testbed management and situational awareness [17] for use with LARIAT...
    • ...In addition to the user modeldriven actuation capabilities and internet reproduction described in this paper, components have been added for automatically configuring client and server software, controlling hosts across a testbed, visualizing the configuration and logged data [17], and for distributing control across remote physical locations...

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