13 August 2004 Integration and cooperation of Army logistics simulations for multiphased military deployments
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Military deployment planners and analysts must consider the constraints, options, and available infrastructure of a network of installations and ports, from the beginning of the transportation system in the United States to the end of the deployment in the host country. Argonne National Laboratory developed a suite of models that simulate and visualize these deployments. There are discrete event simulations (the Enhanced Logistics Intra-theater Support Tool, the Transportation System Capability model, and the Port Simulation model) as well as several data editing and visualization tools. This paper presents the models, and discusses how they interact and leverage their shared data and technologies, to facilitate deployment analysis.
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Richard J. Love, Richard J. Love, Dariusz Blachowicz, Dariusz Blachowicz, Mark Bragen, Mark Bragen, Mary Braun, Mary Braun, James Burke, James Burke, Dawn Howard, Dawn Howard, Charles Macal, Charles Macal, Charles Van Groningen, Charles Van Groningen, Mary Ann Widing, Mary Ann Widing, } "Integration and cooperation of Army logistics simulations for multiphased military deployments", Proc. SPIE 5423, Enabling Technologies for Simulation Science VIII, (13 August 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.542636; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.542636
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