An approach to validation and verification of the communications load model with supporting user's guide
Cox, William Robert
Jones, Carl R.
Stewart, Joseph S., II
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This thesis investigates the issues of validation and verification of the Communications Load Model (CLM) being used in the Battle Group Communications Simulation Facility st the Naval Air Development Center. The processes involved in creating user input files are explained and evaluated. A user's guide is included to assist the user in interpreting input into the proper data structure and format for use by the model. Structure and function of the model and its components are examined. Calculations of results predicted by scenario inputs are compared to actual program output. The analysis is used to determine appropriate methodology to be utilized in validation and verification of the CLM.
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