Sensitivity of aliveness adjustments.
Janosko, Theodore J.
Barr, Donald R.
Keller, Robert L.
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Aliveness analysis is a computational technique which attempts to estimate the expected number of losses had real ordnance been used during a force-on-force experiment. This thesis carefully follows the development and motivation for the aliveness concept. Examples of aliveness computations are presented, with special emphasis on the SGT York Follow-on-Evaluation (FOE). A simple aliveness computer program was used to examine the sensitivity of aliveness adjustments to changes in such parameters as probability of kill and target selection method.