Analysis of the command and control network model and linkage mechanism with force evaluation models
Strukel, Steven E.
Parry, Samuel H.
Larson, Harold J.
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Newly emerging functional area models designed to simulate the activities of individual battlefield operating systems are generating challenging new validation issues for Army analysis. From database to output, these new models require testing against real system performance to insure no significant disparities exist. The Command and Control (C2NET) model is a prototype Command and Control Functional Area Model (C2FAM) and exemplifies this validation challenge. This paper examines the C2NET database, input distributions, and linkage mechanism with a force evaluation model as part of C2NET's continuing validation effort. The nonstationary Poisson process is examined and used to develop hypotheses about input distribution linking the evaluation model's tactical scenario with C2NET's input parameters and existing database. Fuzzy set theory us then examined with applications for using C2NET output as input for an evaluation model. Areas for further research are discussed.
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