Definitions for "Command and control"
The processes through which a commander exercises command (whether full or operational or tactical command) or operational or tactical control to organise, direct and co-ordinate the activities of the forces allocated to him or her.
An arrangement of personnel, facilities, and the means for information acquisition, processing, and dissemination employed by a commander in planning, directing, and controlling operations.
military term. See Coordination and Control.
This political term refers more generally to the maintenance of authority with somewhat more distributed decision making. In these civilian contexts the term command is unfashionable but the meaning is the same.
the regulations and restrictions that the government uses to correct market imperfections.
This is the policy approach common to many areas of environmental regulation. The essential features of it include: · Polluters are given highly specific regulations, often including specific technologies to adopt. · Polluters need to satisfy rigid regulatory requirements often based on ad-hoc judgments of regulators. This approach is highly unlikely to be cost-effective unless the regulatory authority knows the MAC curves of all polluters, and designs the regulations accordingly.
using voice to issue commands to computer software, an IVR (interactive voice response system), or another piece of equipment (e.g., an automobile).