Toward an axiomatic generalized value system
Schoenstadt, Arthur L.
Parry, Samuel H.
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This paper proposes and develops a structure for assigning value, consistently to the varied and diverse targets that populate the Airland battlefield. These values will be used as inputs to allocation and decision modules in a systemic Corps-level Airland Research Model under development at NPS. Key elements of the proposed structure are that the values of noncombatant targets must be derived from the values of combatant targets that are supported, and that the effect of time increments and delays on value is incorporated through exponential discounting.
NPS Report NumberNPS-53-86-008
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