Methodologies of direct-fire allocation and maneuver unit allocation and placement
Boyd, Kenneth D.
Sovereign, Michael G.
Parry, Sam H.
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This thesis is directed at the derivation of several methodologies associated with the Airland Battle Research Model currently under development at the Naval Postgraduate School. Two systems are presented that derive aggregated distribution allocation plans involving enemy and friendly direct-fire weapon systems. A military tactical scenario is used to present and contrast both systems. Additionally, allocation and placement models for ground force maneuver units are presented. Specifically, these models demonstrate how military units are allocated and placed on a battlefield by various levels of organization. The use of a transportation network illustrates implementation of the models.
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