there are many fronts.
- tactics front,
- computing front,
- physics front.
how to face multi-front threat properly?
i am not expert but i think.
1. investigate axioms of each front.
2. create model that includes this all, show interactions & connections.
3. simplify & abstract.
axioms in this context are theoretical basics for thinking, assumptions & logic, laws governing the fronts.
once we have simplified abstract model of a multi-front, we usually label it with name, for example: physics-computing-tactics front.
we call laws governing this front axiomatics of physics-computing-tactics front.
quantum computing & tactics front is something different from physics-computing-tactics front.
we call product of abstract simplified model a 'tactics apparatus' for a given front (multifront is also a front, different from it's subfronts).
we can then dev tools & deploy if we must.