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The 18th ICCRTS Best Paper Award Winner

The best paper award goes to paper number 115.
Title: Crowdsourced Decision Support for Emergency Responders
By: Kathryn Blackmond Laskey
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The 18th ICCRTS Best Paper Nominations

Track 1: Concepts, Theory and Policy
Paper number: 014
Paper title: Modeling C2 Agility to Meet the Demands of a Distributed Force
- Jenny McFarland (MITRE)
- Dan McConnell (MITRE)
- Harvey Reed (MITRE)
- John Kane (MITRE)
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Track 2: Approaches and Organizations
Nomination was ineligible and has been removed.

Track 3: Data, Information and Knowledge
Paper number: 064
Paper title: Enabling Efficient Intelligence Analysis in Degraded Environments
- Régine Lecocq (Defence Scientists - Defence R&D Canada - Valcartier)
- Valérie Lavigne (Defence Scientists - Defence R&D Canada - Valcartier)
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Track 4: Collaboration, Shared Awareness and Decision Making
Paper number: 038
Paper title: Adaptability in Crisis Management: The Role of Organizational Structure
- Marie-Eve Jobidon (DRDC Toronto)
- Alexandre Labrecque (Université Laval)
- Isabelle Turcotte (Université Laval)
- Vincent Rousseau (Université de Montréal)
- Sébastien Tremblay (Université Laval)
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Track 5: Experimentation Metrics and Analysis
Paper number: 115
Paper title: Crowdsourced Decision Support for Emergency Responders
- Kathryn Blackmond Laskey (Center of Excellence in C4I - George Mason University)
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Track 6: Modeling and Simulation
Paper number: 004
Paper title: Design of Distributed Command and Control for Collaborative Situation Assessment
- Georgiy Levchuk (Aptima, Inc.)
- Krishna Pattipati (Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering - University of Connecticut)
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Track 7: Architectures, Technologies and Tools
Paper number: 114
Paper title: C2 System Engineering for the Adversities of the Amazon Environment
- Antonio J. G. Pinto (Departamento de Ciência e Tecnologia)
- Andersonn Kohl (Centro de Desenvolvimento de Sistemas)
- Marcelo Nogueira de Sousa (4° Centro de Telemática de Área)
- Edison Pignaton de Freitas (Centro Technológico do Exército)
- André Rodrigues Guedes (Instituto de Educação Superior de Brasília)
- Renata Maria de Oliveira Leite (Instituto de Educação Superior de Brasília)
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Track 8: Networks and Networking
Paper number: 088
Paper title: Maritime Operations in Disconnected, Intermittent, and Low-Bandwidth Environments
- Stephan Lapic (Spawar Systems Center Pacific)
- Chris Meagher (Spawar Systems Center Pacific)
- Daryl Ching (Spawar Systems Center Pacific)
- Lester Chong (Spawar Systems Center Pacific)
- Isabelle Labbé (Communications Research Centre)
- Sarah Dumoulin (Communications Research Centre)
- Martin Jordan (Spawar Systems Command)
- Rob Thompson (Computer Science Corporation)
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Track 9: Military and Civil-Military Operations
Paper number: 105
Paper title: The Difficult to Document Agility Evidences from a C2 Perspective
- Micheline Bélanger (DRDC Valcartier)
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Track 10: Cyberspace Management
Paper number: 095
Paper title: Applying a Modified Discrimination Model to Enhance Defense and Sensor Systems Security
- Buddy H. Jeun (Sensor Fusion Technology, LLC) - John Younker (Sensor Fusion Technology, LLC)
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Track 11: Autonomy
Paper number: 012
Paper title: Archetypical C2 Organization Design for Ever Increasing Technological Autonomy: An Unmanned Aircraft System Illustration
- Mark E. Nissen (US Naval Postgraduate School)
- W. David Place (US Naval Postgraduate School)
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Track 12: C2-Simulation Interoperability
Paper number: 122
Paper title: Implementing a Standards Development Framework for the Coalition Battle Management Language
- Kevin Heffner (Pegasus Research and Technologies)
- Kevin Gupton (Applied Research Laboratories)
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