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A Study on Development direction of Next-generation Naval Combat System Architecture
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A Study on Development direction of Next-generation Naval Combat System Architecture
Hwang, Kwangyong; Ok, Kyoungchan; Kim, Youngjin; Choi, Bongwan; Oh, Hyunseung; Choi, KwanSeon;
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 Abstract
A naval combat system is the system of systems who supports naval indigenous operations by integrating and inter-operating many different kind of weapons, which has characteristics of large scale complex computing system. ROK Navy has been built a blue ocean navy, so that large scale warships are under constructions. However, warship combat system architecture has not been well studied so far in Korea. The paper focuses on current combat system architecture and propose the next generation combat system architecture, which will give the development direction of ROK Navy. In order to complete combat system architecture studies, the system engineering process shall be applied to the study. Moreover, ARENA simulation tool is used for verification of combat system architecture. The system engineering process is as follows: next-generation naval combat system requirement analysis, functional architecture analysis and physical architecture analysis.
 Keywords
System of Systems;Combat System Architecture;Modeling & Simulation;ARENA Simulation;
 Language
Korean
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산업경영시스템학회지, 2016. vol.39. 4, pp.49-59 crossref(new window)
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