Team 5: Data Farming with SANDIS Software Applied to Mortar Vehicle Support for Convoys
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Data farming is a powerful tool for analyzing complex problems numerically. Our goal is to apply data farming methodology using the SANDIS combat model (see Lappi, 2008) to effectively study alternative scenarios. In order to do that, we introduce a rather simple scenario where a convoy supported by mortar vehicles comes under attack. The data farming is realized by collecting data from batch runs in which simulations are done with different initial parameters of a given battle situation. The results of the differently parameterized cases are the losses caused during the scenario.
from Scythe : Proceedings and Bulletin of the International Data Farming Community, Issue 9 Workshop 21
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