Model resolution taxonomy
Vaseghi, George H.
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This study addresses the need for a model resolution taxonomy which allows simulation models used in military analysis to be decomposed into a common set of functional areas or dimensions, each with a corresponding measure of detail or resolution, in order to facilitate efforts to revalidate existing models for new applications, integrate existing models to span broader environments, and develop variable resolution models capable of being used in a broad range of applications across varying environments. The model resolution taxonomy and an associated model resolution classification survey is developed based on interviews with subject matter experts, some with broad modeling experience, and others intimately familiar with one of a broad variety of simulation models
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