Creating a Simulation Model to Assess Options For Distributed Lethality
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This research project created, developed and then assessed an agent based model within NSWCDD’s Orchestrated Simulation Model to represent naval surface to surface engagements in order to aid in the development of the distributed lethality concept. The Distributed Lethality OSM (DL-OSM) simulation was assessed through wargaming, a fleet exercise, and using advanced experimental design to explored best tactics for organic helicopters, emission control, and formations during surface to surface engagements. The simulation was determined to be satisfactory to explore tactical variables in the distributed lethality concept.
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NPS Report NumberN16-N233-A
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