SEED (Simulation Experiments and Efficient Designs) Center
SEED stands for Simulation Experiments and Efficient Designs. Our overriding approach has been to advance the state-of-the-art in conducting large-scale simulation studies, by developing and disseminating experimental designs that facilitate the exploration of complex simulation models. Ongoing application areas include studies on peacekeeping, technical and human aspects of warfare, adaptive asymmetric adversaries, homeland security, and networked future forces.
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Team 4: NATO MSG-088 Data farming In support of NATO case study on force protection, Scythe: Proceedings and Bulletin of the International Data Farming Community Issue 11: 18-21 (2011-09);In 2010, the NATO Modeling and Simulation Task Group "Data Farming in Support of NATO" (MSG-088) has been established with the goal of assessing the data farming capabilities that NATO, PfP, and Contact Countries, ...
Team 5: Risk Assessment for Readiness and Life Cycle Cost for Major Weapon Systems, Scythe, Proceedings of International Data Farming Workshop 23 (2011-09);In a typical simulation experiment, the analysts try to estimate the means of various performance measures, e.g., waiting times, operational availability, or life cycle cost. However the decision makers are usually more ...