Modeling and simulation for military operations other than war
Blais, Curtis L.
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In the Spring Quarter of the 2005 Academic Year, the Naval Posgraduate School introduced a new course to focus on Modeling and Simulation for Military Operations Other Than War. The course was designed to present and discover issues, challenges and opportunities for application of modeling and simulation (M&S) to Military Operations Other Than War (MOOTW). Students were given hands-on experience with a number of current and emerging M&S simulations and computational tools relevant to MOOTW. This paper describes the nature and general content of the course, with identification of the specific models/tools introduced in the instruction and a summary of MOOTW M&S requirements, issues and lessons learned from class discussions and student activites.
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