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a rectangular array of elements (or entries) set out by rows and columns
  • Blue Team had their databases and matrixes and methodologies for systematically understanding the intentions and capabilities of the enemy.
    Four — Paul Van Riper's Big Victory (21% in)
  • JFCOM devised something called the Operational Net Assessment, which was a formal decision-making tool that broke the enemy down into a series of systems—military, economic, social, political—and created a matrix showing how all those systems were interrelated and which of the links among the systems were the most vulnerable.
    Four — Paul Van Riper's Big Victory (14% in)
  • They acted with utter confidence, because their Operational Net Assessment matrixes told them where Red Team's vulnerabilities were, what Red Team's next move was likely to be, and what Red Team's range of options was.
    Four — Paul Van Riper's Big Victory (22% in)
  • You know, you get caught up in forms, in matrixes, in computer programs, and it just draws you in.
    Four — Paul Van Riper's Big Victory (55% in)

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