The impact of integrating modeling and simulation into Army Operational Test and Evaluation
Naegle, Brad R.
Hoivik, Thomas H.
Proctor, Michael D.
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The purpose of this thesis is to analyze the integration of Modeling and Simulation (M&S) into the U.S. Army Operational Test and Evaluation (OT&E) process. The elements. shortfalls, and recurring problems associated with the OT&E system are examined with a focus on those that can be addressed by M&S. Current and future M&S architectures are outlined to provide a base of understanding for the applicability to the OT&E process and issues. Analysis of the potential strengths and weaknesses of M&S in addressing OT&E problems and issues are presented. Lessons learned from past OT&E efforts are also analyzed for process improvement through M&S integration. From this analysis, a set of recommendations in the area of M&S integration into Army OT&E are formulated and offered
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