Simulation for Crisis Management
Final rept. 15 Sep 1975-31 Jan 1977
HUMAN SCIENCES RESEARCH INC MCLEAN VA
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Simulations can serve to evaluate alternative system designs and proposed retrofits, and performance of subsystems and elements organic to crisis management systems. Doctrinal behaviors of the system during crises are described along with possible deviations. A structure of simulations is developed along with four perspectives or classes of system factors. Methods for evaluation are described along with criteria applicable to each perspective. Criteria other than direct measures of time are emphasized. Effective simulations maximize information yield for a given level of effort. This is accomplished by planning and conducting simulations individually and in related sets.
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