The U.S. is about halfway through a 10-year development process that will produce the first dynamic database for truly integrated, or ``network-centric,'' warfare, say top researchers. This computer-based package--heavily reliant on advanced, high-speed processing and sophisticated algorithms--would gather and integrate available intelligence, identify and prioritize targets and then select the best available weapon within range to carry out the strike. The company that solves the riddle ...

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