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Study of Development for Distributed Battlefield Simulation Environment : One-to-One Single Unit Engagement Model
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Study of Development for Distributed Battlefield Simulation Environment : One-to-One Single Unit Engagement Model
Choi, Jeongseok; Moon, Sunghwan; Kim, Taeyoung; Kim, Jaekwon; Lee, Jongsik;
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 Abstract
Modern warfare, which adopt an intensive technique of applied sciences, is difficult to predict, and has a high complexity. Thus, it is necessary to build a battle-field environment and simulation-based analysis. Various organizations are participated to build battlefield model for defense M&S according to a scale and format. On the basis of this trend, approaching from various systems is needed to reconfigure battlefield modeling for distributed system. This paper proposes building design for battlefield simulation environment with a sample of one-to-one single unit engagement model. The proposed method can expect to utilize an example of distributed environment for various participants that are involved in battlefield modeling and simulation.
 Keywords
Modern Warfare;Defense M&S;Engagement Model;Distributed Simulation Environment;
 Language
Korean
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