NCAMS

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NCAMSNetwork Control Alarm and Maintenance System
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Kraft, NWDC commander, briefed media observers about the unique modeling and simulation capabilities resident in NCAMS during a tour of the facility Feb.
In the NCAMS lab, BA12 participants could click on an icon at the edge of their monitors for easy access to NDLS.
In this way, Kraft explained, NCAMS helps bring the future to the operational level of war.
In some cases, events were conducted simultaneously, but, Morben said, "Bold Alligator has maxed out NCAMS. However, by reaching out to other NCTE locations, such as the II Marine Expeditionary Force Simulation Center at Camp Lejeune, we are able to bring together all the required training capability."
White manned a terminal with other exercise controllers in the "ring of fire," a raised platform in the middle of the NCAMS lab.
Exercise control is the operational heart for synthetic events supported by NCAMS. The elevated platform located in the center of the lab is where the control director supervises the simulation as the control group, manning workstations, monitors the event, documenting actions and decisions for later review by the analysis group.
Much of the success of NCAMS can be credited to the flexibility of the engineers, according to Morben.
While NCAMS may be hosting one event, other training sites may also be using the NCTE network to distribute synthetic events at the same time.
In general, NCAM can be expressed both pre- and postsynaptically and has three distinct classes of isoforms including transmembrane linked (seen in Figure 1), GPI anchored, and secreted or soluble NCAM.
However, it should be noted that the majority of the findings discussed in this section do not reflect changes in the expression of NCAM itself, but rather the levels of PSA-NCAM.
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Schachner, "Hippocampal long-term potentiation and neural cell adhesion molecules L1 and Ncam," Nature, vol.