Accession Number : ADA265271


Title :   Modeling the Enhanced Integrated Soldier System (TEISS) Using Janus(A)


Descriptive Note : Master's thesis


Corporate Author : NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA


Personal Author(s) : Romans, Sue M


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a265271.pdf


Report Date : Mar 1993


Pagination or Media Count : 69


Abstract : The purpose of this thesis is to model The Enhanced Integrated Soldier System (TEISS) and analyze the contributions of several factors associated with increasing the lethality and survivability of TEISS. Of interest is the effort to model TEISS, which is still in the conceptual stage, using the Janus(A) high resolution combat model. The database for TEISS was created based solely on the draft Operational Requirements Document (ORD) and the Rationale Annex (Annex A). A 1/8 fractional factorial design was used for this study. Graphical and statistical analyses were performed to consider the impact of increased detection, acquisition, full solution fire control, body protective overgarment, combat load and speed. The results clearly show that the body protective overgarment contributed most to TEISS's ability to survive and the full solution fire control capability is responsible for TEISS's increased lethality in both defensive and offensive operations. Janus(A), TEISS, The Enhanced Integrated Soldier System


Descriptors :   *COMPUTER PROGRAMS , *COMBAT EFFECTIVENESS , *INFANTRY , VELOCITY , DATA BASES , INTEGRATED SYSTEMS , ACQUISITION , KILL PROBABILITIES , MODELS , FACTORIAL DESIGN , BODIES , LETHALITY , OPERATION , HIGH RESOLUTION , THESES , RESOLUTION , ARMY PERSONNEL , SURVIVABILITY , IMPACT , DETECTION , CONTROL , REQUIREMENTS , WARFARE


Subject Categories : Computer Programming and Software
      Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE