A model for battle damage assessment in Command and Control Warfare
Ostenberg, Alan Paul
Baquer, Fedora Maria Harmon
Jones, Carl R.
Boger, Dan C.
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The main thrust of this thesis is to build a dynamic model of a Command and Control (C2) system and, by manipulating various aspects of the model, determine the effects of Command and Control Warfare (C2W) on the system. The model used is a prototype for battle damage assessment in C2W. A description of how the model was constructed and discussions of the decisions concerning what to model and of the difficulties and deficiencies associated with the model are also included. The model is constructed using the Design/CPN and Workflow Analyzer software, produced by Meta Software. It consists of a JTF information handling system in a hostile environment. The basis for this model is an Integrated Computer Aided Manufacturing Definition (IDEFO) functional flow diagram of the same system
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