Theater of war „It is a geographical area, where the opposite parties collapse their armed forces, and they keep doing warfare, by solid stratagem. The theatre of war can be continental, oceanic or intercontinental by geographical aspect.”
Informational theater of war „A new type of theater of war appeared beside of traditional (1. continental, 2. air, 3. cosmic, 4. oceanic) the 5 th one is: so-called the informational theater of war. It is the cyber space, which is the theory and practice of computers and other automatic devices.”
Informational theater of war „ The informational theater of war includes all of real and virtual space, device and system, where or which they acquire, generate, process, use and storage of information.” Várhegyi-Makkay: Basic of the informational warfare
Digital theater of war We (can) understand by digital theater of war that virtual space, which includes all of informal items of the armed combat system (devices and procedures of the acquiring, generating, processing, using and storage of information, or paralyzing and counteracting of these activities). György Seres (variant)
ARMED-COMBAT AS A SYSTEM I wish to show a new model of the armed-combat, which basic idea is following: the attacker and the defender sides attach to each other in the armed combat as closely as two subsystems of a big-system are attached, so, they together become an independent big-system. It is the armed-combat itself and the relations between its components are the mutual intelligence (I or C) and strikes(Z or B). The resources to the combat-activity are the inputs and the losses are the outputs of the system.
ARMED-COMBAT AS A SYSTEM A system does not determinate only by its components and by relations between them, but we must know the purpose of the system, too. The scheme shows the structure of the Armed-Combat-System. The model includes all of characters of a cybernetic system. The Attack-Subsystem and the Defense- Subsystem are its two subsystems.
ARMED-COMBAT AS A SYSTEM The resources of the subsystems R t or R v are their own and the big-system's inputs, and the losses of both of them V t or V v are their own and the big-system's outputs. The mutual intelligence I or C and the mutual strikes Z or B between subsystems are their inputs or outputs, and at the same time they are the negative feed-backs of the big- system.
ARMED-COMBAT AS A SYSTEM Because the feedbacks are mutual between subsystems, the control and command or the carrying functions of the big-system are realized by both of them. The main output of the Armed-Combat-System has gone through the Objective, protected by Defense- Subsystem. It means the losses of the objective Vo, caused by the Attack-Subsystem. The protected Objective may be important military or civilian establishments, their groups and area.
ARMED-COMBAT AS A SYSTEM An Armed-Combat-System comes into being, when it’s subsystem is connected to each other. But, what is big-system? Because, by the fundamental system- theory the purpose of a system is systems components are co-operated. Such an aim of the Armed-Combat-System is the annihilation of the battle, so itself. It seems to be contradictory, until we consider the annihilation of the battle is in interest of both of the subsystems.
ATTACK-SUBSYSTEM Attack is an organized system of all strength and military hardware, thrown into battle against the marked out objective, and their activity. The purposes of the Attack-Subsystem are the reconnaissance, destroying and holding down or capturing the objective and paralyzing of the Defense-Subsystem, by which the objective is protected.
DEFENSE-SUBSYSTEM Defense is an organized system of all of strength, military hardware, their activity and tools or steps, destined for paralyzing the Attack-Subsystem. The main purposes of the Defense-Subsystem are protecting the marked out objective and the defense-system's own elements from the strikes of the attack-system.
Inputs R t, R v ‑ main inputs are the human, technical, and informational resources, assigned to the Subsystem from it's own environment; R t, R v ‑ main inputs are the human, technical, and informational resources, assigned to the Subsystem from it's own environment;
Outputs V t, V v ‑ main undesirable outputs are the losses of the Subsystem, caused by the opposite Subsystem; V t, V v ‑ main undesirable outputs are the losses of the Subsystem, caused by the opposite Subsystem; V o – undesirable output is the loss of the Objective, caused by the Attack-Subsystem.
Information about Defense-Subsystem I - intelligence input of the Attack-Subsystem, and undesirable output of the Defense-Subsystem are the itself emitted and echo signals, by which the Attack-Subsystem is intelligence about it: I o - about the marked out objective; I v - about the elements of the Defense-Subsystem, their activity and changes information among them; and I k - about the neutral environment;
Information about Attack-Subsystem C - intelligence input of the Defense- Subsystem, and undesirable outputs of the elements of the Attack-Subsystem, their activity and changes information among them, are the itself emitted and the echo signals.
Defensive Strikes B ‑ main output of the Attack- Subsystem, and undesirable input of the Defense-Subsystem is the armed intervention against the Attack- Subsystem for destroying of it's elements and holding down their activity or the changes information among them.
Destroy and holding down Z ‑ main outputs of the Attack-Subsystem, and undesirable inputs of the Defense-Subsystem are the strikes, destroying Objective, Defense-Subsystem’s elements, and holding down their activity or the changes information among them. Z o - at the marked out objective and Z v - at the Defense-Subsystem;