A Methodology for Effectiveness Analysis of Future Weapon System Using a PLAF Based Simulation System
Newly emerging, latest aspects of war have made a lot of nations to accelerate in developing future weapon systems. However, there are only a handful of methods to analyze and estimate their effectiveness. Conventional simulation systems are too ineffective and limited in testing the unique nature of future weapon systems. Instead, a more flexible PLAF (Product Line Architecture Framework) based simulation is required to take into account new characteristics of these weapon systems. We therefore propose a new methodology for effectiveness analysis of future weapon system using the newest simulation system, OneSAF, and seek reliability of this method by analyzing the results for our test simulation.
KeywordsSimulation System Effectiveness Analysis System Composition Weapon System Unmanned Ground Vehicle
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