Comparison of graphical terrain resolutions by scenario for the Janus(A) combat model
Toy, David J.
Barr, Donald R.
Bundy, Dennis D.
Bui, Tung X.
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The purpose of this thesis is to investigate effects of the graphical terrain resolution of the Janus(A) Combat Simulation Model. Two scenarios were compared at differing terrain resolutions in order to determine if the resolution affects results of the simulation. Several measures of effectiveness (MOEs) were used in the study. The results suggest terrain resolution used in Janus(A) of Fort Hunter Liggett does not impact greatly on the outcome of the simulations of two ground combat scenarios for most MOEs. However, there is enough evidence to suggest that further investigation of graphical terrain resolution should be conducted at higher resolutions.
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