Rapid Simulation Evaluation from Scenario Specifications for Command and Control Systems
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE WASHINGTON DC
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This paper presents a technique to simulate and evaluate a system once the system scenarios are available without any simulation programming. This is different from traditional simulation where simulation code and the system specification are separately developed by human engineer and potential gaps between them might be introduced. Another significant advantage of this approach is that the scenarios specified do not need to be complete or consistent. Inconsistency and incompleteness, as well as safety, performance, and behavior problems, can be detected by the simulation via various dynamic analyses. This technique is a part of Scenario-Driven System Engineering SDSE that is being developed for Command-and-Control systems.
- Command, Control and Communications Systems