Team 12: Joint Dynamic Allocation of Fires and Sensors: Experimental Interface and Analysis
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The Joint Dynamic Allocation of Fires and Sensors (JDAFS) simulation is a publicly available discrete event simulation that accounts for first order combat effects using Army approved algorithms. It couples dynamic allocation of resources such as unmanned platforms and artillery assets using optimization to a simulation to render better representations of network enabled warfare. The current configuration is not user friendly when entering the DOE factors. This is problematic for a number of reasons. First, the potential for data entry errors is significant when entering a large volume of numbers. Second, the data entry is not only time consuming but potentially expensive. Finally, an operator/analyst needs to be present as the runs are completed in order to start the next design point evolution. The potential for errors and the inherent inefficiencies warrant the development of a method to easily run a DOE if JDAFS is to be more widely used.
from Scythe : Proceedings and Bulletin of the International Data Farming Community, Issue 2 Workshop 14
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