DEFINITION
Battle Management

Battle management is comprised of two parts: (1) strategies and (2) the collection of tasks to be performed to successfully implement chosen strategies. Given a set of strategies, resources, and hostile asset deployment, battle management addresses the problem of choosing a specific strategy or set of strategies and performing the associated tasks which would result in the most desired outcome.

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