After completing this tutorial, you will be able to complete the following: Write a system of linear inequalities in two variables that corresponds to a given graph.
All station are arranged so captain can look over the sholders of each operator and examine their displays. In the front is the big board viewscreen.
It is located near the center of the ship, is heavily armored and protected by armed guards, and has a staff of between people. The two highest ranking officers on the ship, Commander Adama and Colonel Tigh, typically stand at the center of the auditorium around the Command Board.
This position lets them hear status reports from around the room, and issue orders to the entire ship. Various pods of workstations provide seating for the rest of the staff.
These stations are grouped by function. We see Navigation crew sitting near other navigation crew, weapons officers near other combat functions, communications near the center, and engineering given a special area up top.
Large display boards and the central Dradis Console provide information to the entire crew of the CIC. Organized Chaos The CIC is dealing with a lot of information from all over the ship and trying to relate it to the lead officers who are making decisions.
There is a lot of activity related to this information overload, but the design of the CIC has organized it into a reasonably effective flow.
Teams communicate with each other, then that decision flows forward to lead officers, who relate it to Admiral Adama. Orders flow in the opposite direction.
Admiral Adama can very quickly shout out an order from the center of the CIC and have his lead officers hear it all around him. It can also act as a failsafe: From there, the officers can organize their teams to distribute more detailed orders to the entire ship.
Large screens show information that the entire CIC needs to know, while smaller screens display information for specific crew or groups. Overall, the stadium-like construction of the CIC works well for the low tech approach that the Galactica takes after. Without introducing automation and intelligent computer networks onto the bridge, there is little that could be done to improve the workflow.
Instead, they use a reduced four-person design. This smaller size allows a boat to still benefit from the concept of the astronomical display. The ship's captain is in the center.
Other functions, such as a communication and astronavigation, are supervised from small work stations located just outside the bridge itself.
The chief gunner can access all of the weapon controls from the bridge.
Normally, the bridge's gunnery station is used solely to prioritize targets and for overall situational awareness. Actual aiming of weapons is typicaly conducted through the local fire control systems near the weapons themselves.
Engineering interfaces with the ship's computer to run programs, do maintenance reviews and supervise damage control. In combat, the chief engineer may attempt various workaround repairs without leaving the bridge.
He may also directs the damage control parties, which are led by the watch officers. The ship's pilot has full control of the vessel from the navigation and helm station. Constant coordination with gunnery is important, as the ship's maneuvers will move its firing arcs around.
New courses may be plotted onto the spherical display for review by the captain prior to them being initiated. Various data feeds are projected on the datascreen that form the walls and ceiling. In combat, the system functions as a giant headup display, including target identification, range and a symbol showing the object's relative velocity.
Each individual station has independent displays for more detailed information. It is built around the standard Jovian "open space" spherical layout, with crew stations far from one another. In many ways, it would be better to refer to it as the ship's cockpit, since it shares many characteristics with interceptor and exo-armor cockpits.Artwork by Mel Hunter () As you probably already know, "strategy" refers to the science of successfully fighting an entire campaign or war, while "tactics" refers to the science of successfully fighting a single battle.
Predictably some military strategy and tactics are general enough to apply to interplanetary combat, while others do not work at all in the space environment. Graph each system of inequalities.
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