Calibration coefficient use and value selection guidance for the MOSCOW land combat model.
Hanson, Mark D.
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This thesis analyzes the use of calibration coefficient inputs for the Method of Screening Concepts of Operational Warfare (MOSCOW) model. The analysis focuses on how calibration coefficients affect modeled combat processes. Sensitivity analysis is performed to determine the effect of coefficient value changes on selected MOSCOW measures of effectiveness. A detailed description of each coefficient, including recommended input value ranges, is provided. The thesis provides information useful for effective calibration coefficient input value selection.
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