Communications processor for C(3) analysis wargaming
Clark, Lloyd Neil
Pless, Larry Douglas
Rapp, Robert Lee
Parry, Samuel H.
Richards, F. R.
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This thesis develops the software capability to allow the investigation of C3 problems, procedures and methodologies. The resultant communications model, while independent of a specific wargame, is currently implemented in conjunction with the McClintic Theater Model (MTM). It provides a computerized message handling system (C3 model) which allows simulation of communication links (circuits) with user-definable delays; garble and loss rates; and multiple circuit types, addresses and levels of command. It is designed to be used for test and evaluation of command and control problems in the areas of organizational relationships, communication networks and procedures, and combat doctrine or tactics.
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