Users guide Advanced Reactive Electronic Simulation (ARES) version 1.12
Pham, P. N.
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This Users Guide is for the Advanced Reactive Electronic Warfare Simulation (ARES) Version 1.12, created at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) under a project sponsored by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) titled Distributed and Networked C2W Technology (FY98-FYOO). The simulation is used to determine the optimum distributed C2W/EA configuration of assets including placement of sensors and system selection (jammer or receiver or both) for important mission scenarios leading to a better understanding of the minimum requirements for suppression of enemy air defense operations. ARES is a pulse level simulation that models the complex interaction of multiple radar systems being acted upon by multiple AEA aircraft, considering target aircraft radar cross section (RCS) and altitude, terrain masking effects, both standoff jamming and self protection jamming effects, and network connection effect. Its features include an object%-oriented scenario workbook allowing the users to build a battlefield scenario and a search procedure based on a genetic algorithm (GA) for optimizing configurations of what the core and peripheral components of the AEA architecture should be. ARES is available in two forms: Graphical User Interface (GUI) and parallel. ARES' GUI runs on a personal computer (PC) and its primary application is for setting up scenarios and post processing. ARES' parallel version runs over a cluster of Intel based Linux machines with Message- Passing Interface (MPI) and provides capability to execute multiple
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