Design Assistant and Software Tools for System Identification and Adaptive Fault-Tolerant Control of Fighter Aircraft
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DOD / NAVY
Not Available The objective of END RUN is to provide a modeling and simulation architecture. This architecture will improve the present representation of Information Warfare within current and emerging models and federations of simulations. END RUN's architectural design will provide an order of magnitude improvement in obtaining a predictive analysis of the cause and effect relationship associated with Information Warfare. To accomplish this, we planned for five deliverables. Deliverables 1 and 2 are research studies. The first study will document both the unclassified and classified Information Warfare features, issues, interactions, and inter-relationships associated with the Information Warfare battle space necessary to support military exercises and selected analysis. The second study will document the organizational behaviors related to the use of computerized networks in communications, information exchanges, decision making, and interpretations of critical responses applicable to both the military and commercial sectors. Deliverable 3 is a generic architecture design called END RUN. Deliverable 4 is a design that will be targeted toward a specific instantiation of a pre-selected legacy simulation or to an emerging model for a demonstration of a proof of concept. In deliverable 5 we plan to develop a list of considerations and desirable features for applying END RUN to commercial applications.
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Principal Investigator:Raman Mehra / Jovan D
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