Proceedings of Joint Agency Meeting on Combat Simulation Issues (JAMCSI) Held at Lawrence Livermore National Lab, Livermore, California on 30 Nov-1 Dec 1988
Final rept. Nov 1988-Apr 1999
NAVAL HEALTH RESEARCH CENTER SAN DIEGO CA
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A joint NavyLawrence Livermore meeting was held to bring together individuals from two research communities, the combat simulation and war gaming community, and the human performance community, to form an exchange of ideas and concepts with the ultimate objective of improving the fidelity of combat simulation modeling. Recommendations were to identify a limited number of existing operational models that the Naval Medical RD Command would like to support, the number be no more than two or three identify models and determine through sensitivity analysis which human performance elements within the model have an impact develop priorities among the independent variable to be studied develop a human performance matrix that relates the priority list of independent variables with the human performance variables build MicroSAINT network models for each of the cells in the human performance variables promote and support the development of a Handbook for Combat Simulation and establish and support an electronic clearing house for sharing and dissemination of literature, data, and modeling results. Keywords Combat simulation models, Human factors, Computer languages, War games, Symposia, Military operations, Operational performance, Combat force.
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