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An analysis of alternative methods to conduct high-resolution activities in a variable-resolution simulation.

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Authors
Warhola, Paul J.
Subjects
Simulation
Next-Event Time Advance
Fixed-Increment Time Advance
Joint Warfare Systems
Advisors
Buss, Arnold H.
Date of Issue
1997-09
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Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School
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en_US
Abstract
This study analyzes an original hybrid combat simulation for possible use as the underlying support model for the Joint Warfare Systems (JWARS) analytical simulation. The model employs a fixed increment time advance mechanism but represents individual entities vice aggregated units. Results from an otherwise identical model using a next event time advance mechanism provide a baseline for comparison. The hybrid, using a longer time increment, runs faster than the next event model but produces unacceptable results. The hybrid, using a smaller time increment, more closely approximates the next event model but takes longer to run
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Thesis
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Operations Research
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xiii, 56 p.;28 cm.
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Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
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