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19 May 2005 Army model and simulation science and technology investment plan
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Achieving the goal of collaboration and synchronization of efforts across the total systems life cycle will require the Army to integrate and harmonize acquisition, training, testing and analytical modeling and simulation (M&S) capabilities in an unprecedented manner. A prerequisite to achieving the desired level of synchronization is the requirement to complete a technology needs assessment that identifies, characterizes, assesses, and prioritizes M&S Science and Technology (S&T) needs that are traceable to recognized Army needs. The Battle Command, Simulation and Experimentation (BCSE) Directorate in the Army's Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3/5/7 has taken the initiative to complete a series of technology assessments and is creating a corresponding series of focus area centric Army M&S S&T Investment Plans to guide investments and to impact institutional processes external to the G-3/5/7. This paper describes the Army M&S S&T Investment Plan creation process for the Battle Command focus area.
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William S. Murphy Jr., Joe Foreman, Dean S. Hartley III, Albert A. Sciarretta, Stuart H. Starr, and Mark A. Youngren "Army model and simulation science and technology investment plan", Proc. SPIE 5805, Enabling Technologies for Simulation Science IX, (19 May 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.604419
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