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Simulation environment to assess technology insertion impact and optimized manning

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4 Author(s)
Niraj Srivastava ; Sevaan Group LLC., Prince Frederick, MD, USA ; F. Pietryka ; G. Horne ; M. Theroff

The reduction in life-cycle costs for naval vessels is critical for operating a cost efficient and robust navy. Computer based simulations are an effective tool for human system integration optimization, as well as for studying the risks associated with complex interaction between crew and systems. The proposed modular simulation environment empowers analysts to choose and integrate the best combination of agent, discrete event, and physics based simulations to address questions of manning. The environment embraces advances in complexity theory for simulating non-linear systems, knowledge discovery for data analysis and distributed computing for execution environment.

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Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference, 2005.

Date of Conference:

4-7 Dec. 2005