5 October 2006 Modeling of EO countermeasure systems in a network perspective
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This paper describes a method where it is possible to configure and simulate an entire dynamic scenario with several platforms in a network and where electronic warfare (EW) is an integrated part. The method utilizes a multispectral (radio, radar, electro-optics) framework, EWSim (Electronic Warfare Simulation interface model), for distributed EW simulations. In the framework it is possible to design dynamic scenarios which can assess the few-against-few duel, in a single user mode or in an assessment duel where teams can compete against each other. The EWSim method is also compared to simpler methods where events on a timeline is studied to draw conclusions about EW systems in a network and also to more advanced methods where system specific models are used with a high level of fidelity.
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Christer Wigren, Christer Wigren, } "Modeling of EO countermeasure systems in a network perspective", Proc. SPIE 6397, Technologies for Optical Countermeasures III, 63970I (5 October 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.690823; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.690823


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