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Study of the experimentation methodology for the counter fire operations by using discrete event simulation
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Study of the experimentation methodology for the counter fire operations by using discrete event simulation
Kim, Hyungkwon; Kim, Hyokyung; Kim, Youngho;
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 Abstract
Counter Fire Operations can be characterized as having a system of systems that key features include situational awareness, command and control systems and highly responsive strike achieved by precision weapons. Current modeling methodology cannot provide an appropriate methodology for a system of systems and utilizes modeling and simulation tools to implement analytic options which can be time consuming and expensive. We explain developing methodology and tools for the effectiveness analysis of the counter fire operations under Network Centric Warfare Environment and suggest how to support a efficient decision making with the methodology and tools. Theater Counter Fire Operations tools consist of Enemy block, ISR block, C2 block and Shooter block. For the convenience of using by domain expert or non simulation expert, it is composed of the environments that each parameter and algorithm easily can be altered by user.
 Keywords
Theater Counter Fire Operations;system of systems;Network Centric Warfare;Modeling and Simulation Tools;
 Language
Korean
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