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Institute for Joint Warfare Analysis (IJWA)

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    Camp Roberts: Tactical Network Topology (TNT) / Mission-­‐Based Experiments (MBE) / Concept-­‐Based Experiments (CBE) QuickLook Report
    (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School., 2009-04-23) Wells, Linton II; Crowley, John; Thørud, Harald; Institute for Joint Warfare Analysis (IJWA); Sharing To Accelerate Research - Transformative Innovation for Development and Emergency Support (STAR-TIDES); Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE); Graduate School of Engineering and Applied Science (GSEAS); Research & Experimentation for Local & International Emergency First-Responders (RELIEF); Naval Postgraduate School
    The TIDES1 project is an international, knowledge-sharing research effort to encourage sustainable, affordable support to stressed populations in post-disaster, post-­war, or impoverished environments. These environments include missions such as Stabilization and Reconstruction (SSTR), Humanitarian Assistance-Disaster Relief (HADR), and Building the Capacity of Partner Nations (BPC). By and large, TIDES is used to refer to specific projects which can draw on the world-wide assets of the STAR-­‐TIDES network. TIDES is a part of a broader effort called STAR (Sustainable Technologies, Accelerated Research).
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    Ethnographic qualitative knowledge management system data classification schema
    (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2000) Maule, R. William; Schacher, Gordon.; Gallup, Shelley.; Marashian, Charles.; McClain, Bryan.; Institute for Joint Warfare Analysis (IJWA); Research and Sponsored Programs Office (RSPO); Institute for Joint Warfare Analysis
    A knowledge management system has been developed to archive and retreive information that is developed during Fleet Battle Experiments. This system utilized Ethnograph as the knowledge engine. The data are both subjective and objective, from a wide varity of sources. A data tagging scheme is used that maps onto the logical functions performed during fleet operations. Tags are also used that capture context information. The tags are used to create data retreival threads to address specific initatiave, process, and system questions. -- Report documentation page.
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    RELIEF 12-1: Information Packet
    (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School., 2011-11) Institute for Joint Warfare Analysis (IJWA); Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE); Graduate School of Engineering and Applied Science (GSEAS); Research & Experimentation for Local & International Emergency First-Responders (RELIEF); Naval Postgraduate School
    RELIEF 12-1: Information Packet including schedule of events, experiments, speakers, driving directions.
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    Studies in Ship Survivability. II. Fighting Dirty? Sustaining Operations in an NBC Environment
    (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1991-11-07) Harney, Robert C.; Institute for Joint Warfare Analysis (IJWA)
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    RELIEF Newsletter / August 2012 / Issue 5
    (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School., 2012-08) Institute for Joint Warfare Analysis (IJWA); Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE); Graduate School of Engineering and Applied Science (GSEAS); Research & Experimentation for Local & International Emergency First-Responders (RELIEF); Naval Postgraduate School
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    Mine Burial Impact Prediction Experiment
    (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2000-09) Chu, Peter C.; Smith, Timothy B.; Haeger, Steven D.; Institute for Joint Warfare Analysis (IJWA)
    Mine Impact Burial Experiment (MIBEX) was conducted at Monterey Bay on May 23, 2000 using a simulated mine. During the experiment, we carefully observe mine track and mine burial depth while simultaneously take gravity cores. After analyzing the gravity cores, we obtain the bottom sediment shear strength data set. Such synchronous mine burial depth and shear strength data were used to evaluate the Navy's Impact Burial Prediction Model (IBPM) which creates a two-dimensional time history of a bottom mine as it falls through air, water, and sediment. The output of the model is the predicted burial depth of the mine in the sediment in meters, as well as height, area, and volume protruding. Model input consists of environmental parameters and mine characteristics, as well as parameters describing the mine's release. The MIBEX data show that the current IBPM model needs to be improved.
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    Explosive detection technologies for airline security
    (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2000) Maruyama, Xavier K.; Institute for Joint Warfare Analysis (IJWA); Physics
    Aviation safety and security has become a topic of paramount national concern. Informed decision making requires an appreciation of trends in technology in response to projected future terrorist activities. In the area of security, explosive detection is made possible by a bewildering array of newly offered equipment. This document describes the science and engineering of the various technologies. The information presented here was written for airline security, but it applies also to a wide range of military problems. -- Report documentation page.
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    Coordination of Fleet Battle Experimentation and Joint Experimentation Programs Results from Experiment Echo
    (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1999) Schacher, Gordon E.; Institute for Joint Warfare Analysis (IJWA)
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    Time critical targets in Fleet battle experiment - Foxtrot
    (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2000) Gallup, Shelley P.; Institute for Joint Warfare Analysis (IJWA)
    "This report presents data with respect to response to time critical targets (TCTs) in Fleet Battle Experiment Foxtrot (FBE-F) as collected from the LAWS server on USS JFK. The purpose of this report is to provide a means for issuing some initial data related to performance of a Joint Fires Element (JFE), an experimental organization deployed for the purpose (among others) of responding to TCT's within a target's dwell time (prior to the target's opportunity to attack or move prior to itself being attacked..." -- Introduction.
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    Multi-casualty Incident Exercise Modeling, Data Acquisition, and Parameters
    (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1998) Schacher, Gordon E.; Operations Research (OR); Graduate School of Operational and Information Sciences (GSOIS); Institute for Joint Warfare Analysis (IJWA)