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A Study on V-C Interoperability Test and Methodology of V-C Interoperation Analysis for Next Generation Maritime Warfighting Experimentation Systems
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A Study on V-C Interoperability Test and Methodology of V-C Interoperation Analysis for Next Generation Maritime Warfighting Experimentation Systems
Shin, Hyunsoo; Kim, Junghoon; Choi, Bongwan; Yim, Dongsoon;
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 Abstract
The warfighting experimentation is the most important for the weapon acquisition process because the warfighting experimentation shall support the operation effectiveness as well as acquisition logicality. Therefore, ROK Navy is starting to set up the next generation warfighting experimentation systems. According to literature studies, there have been many studies regarding the interoperability of Simulators(Virtual) and Exercising models(Constructive), but not for studies regarding interoperability between Simulators(Virtual) and Analysis models(Constructive) that is the core component of next generation maritime warfighting experimentation systems. This study is dealing with the V-C(Analysis model) interoperability test and methodology of interoperation analysis. The purpose of the study is to provide the new analysis methodology through V-C(Analysis model) interoperation, which can be applied for the concept of operations(CONOPS) of next generation maritime warfighting experimentation systems. In addition to that, the study validates the suggested analysis methodology by the case study of a naval operation.
 Keywords
Maritime Warfighting Experimentation Systems;Navy Analysis Model;V-C(Analysis Model) Interoperation;HLA/RTI;
 Language
Korean
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