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Grundsatzbetrachtung der FLAMES Runtime Suite (Basic Consideration of the FLAMES Runtime Suite)

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[Technical Report, Monograph]

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Modeling of combat operations and the resulting gain in knowledge, as well as derived recommendations for action are considered since the availability of the first computer. More powerful computing cores, as well as the ability to switch a computer network from computers, allow ever faster calculations of increasingly complex simulation models. While it is customary to develop the required simulation from scratch for a specific task, there are also software solutions on the market that provide a framework for modeling and promise a faster and more favorable development of simulation models due to their modular structure. An in-house development is not only expensive and time-consuming, but is usually no longer used for a follow-up study. Among other things, this is due to the fact that the developed models are developed for a specific research question and are simulation-system specific. On the other hand, it is possible to remove individual modules from past models and to adapt them easily.

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  • Computer Systems

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[A, Approved For Public Release]