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Representing Ground Robotic Systems in Battlefield Simulations
ARMY RESEARCH LAB ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND MD
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As the Army continues to develop robotic systems for combat and combat support missions. It needs to also develop representations of intelligent system performance for its battlefield simulation tools. These simulation tools differ considerably in their level of abstraction, flexibility, and scale. Constructing the actual performance model requires the model to consider three factors 1 the purpose of the particular simulation study, 2 the overall fidelity of the target simulation tool, and 3 the elements of the robotic system that are relevant to the simulation study. In this paper, we discuss a framework for modeling robotic system performance in the context of a battlefield simulation tool. We apply this framework to a model of the Demo III robotic system used in the OneSAF simulation tool.
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