Modelling of the Force Protection Process Automation in Military Engineering
Article deals with a set of problems linked to a Engineer Force Protection Provision algorithm design and evaluation of input factors series. This algorithm is generally compatible with The NATO Force Protection Process Model adjusting it to a part of engineer forces’ decision making process. The base of the algorithm is an application of repeated numerical matrix pattern and its word interpretation. The article provides a thought content being a possible key idea for the suitable software development.
KeywordsForce protection Engineer support Protective measures Threat Risk Risk analyses Risk management
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