SEATIDE Analysis Process. Volume IIA. Naval Engagement Model (NEM) Users Manual. Revision A.
LTV AEROSPACE CORP DALLAS TEX VOUGHT SYSTEMS DIV
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The SEATIDE Analysis Process is a semi-automated procedure for the generation of time-phased, high value cruise missile weapon systems concepts, together with the supporting technology and intelligence indicators which would reflect that these technological goals are being achieved. The SEATIDE process can also be used to evaluate the effectiveness of fixed force levels, existing forces in SAL environments, or Naval defenses. The Defense Intelligence Agency, through its Directorate of Estimates, and The Advanced Research Projects Agency ARPA have sponsored the development of this computer based analysis at the weapon system and Naval force structure level. Generic to the SEATIDE Analysis Process are three major computer models The Naval Engagement Model NEM, Cruise Missile Concept Generation and Screening Model CM-CGSM and Relative Worth Model RWM. The NEM evaluates force effectiveness, tactics, and task force configurations the CM-CGSM enables definition and selection of candidate, advanced cruise missile system concepts and the RWM permits assessment of worth in accordance with a variety of objective and subjective criteria. Each of these models has been checked out by DIA. This volume presents a Users Manual for the NEM only.
- Computer Programming and Software
- Naval Surface Warfare