Computer Simulation Modeling: A Method for Predicting the Utilities of Alternative Computer-Aided Treat Evaluation Algorithms
Final rept. Sep 1988-Jun 1990,
ARMY RESEARCH INST FOR THE BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES ALEXANDRIA VA
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This report describes the development of a computer model that simulates air defense engagements between a platoon of Air Defense Anti-Tank Systems ADATS and 20 aircraft. The model is programmed using SLAM II software and user-written FORTRAN inserts. Experimentation with the model yielded the necessary data for comparing the utilities of four computer-aided threat evaluation algorithms implemented in a target-rich environment. The model was run 100 times for each algorithm. The goal was to determine which of three experimental algorithms yielded results most similar to the results when using a more realistic but resource-intensive control algorithm. Experimental results provided support for using a target prioritization algorithm similar to the one formulated by the manufacturer of the ADATS, Martin Marietta.
- Computer Programming and Software
- Antiaircraft Defense Systems