Team 6: Enhanced Design of Experiment for Testing in a Joint Environment
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The intent of Team 6 activities at the International Data Farming Workshop (IDFW) 16 was to explore enhanced design of experiment (DOE) techniques and models relevant to developing evaluation strategies for testing in a joint environment (TIJE). This goal was met through the utilization of the Map Aware Non-uniform Automata (MANA) model to trace a “call for fire” (CFF) from the originator to the final weapon system, at the detailed level of an individual task thread. A capability-level evaluation strategy for battlespace deconfliction tasks was used as the scenario driver for the data farming runs. This evaluation strategy has been developed as part of the Joint Test and Evaluation Methodology (JTEM) project.
from Scythe : Proceedings and Bulletin of the International Data Farming Community, Issue 4 Workshop 16
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