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10 May 2007 Real-time updates to the DSAP framework to improve calibration and dynamic situational awareness
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RAM Laboratories is developing a more advanced real-time update capability for both the predictive and stateestimation features of its Dynamic Situational Awareness and Predictive Framework and its underlying Multiple Replication Framework in support of the Air Force Research Laboratory's Joint Synthetic Environment for Research and Development. The overall goal of the DSAP Infrastructure is to allow Commanders and their staff at Air Operations Centers the ability to perform "what-if" analysis of plans and alternatives "on-the-fly" while continually augmenting the real-time picture sensor inputs with simulated state-estimated assessments. This paper discusses design and implementation efforts to provide a Dynamic Situational Awareness capability utilizing embedded simulations calibrated by real-time C4I inputs to estimate the state of unobservable elements of an operational picture. Specifically this paper will discuss enhancements via a Calibrated Real-time Simulation component, a real-time simulation component along with the process for providing real-time updates to running simulations.
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Robert McGraw and Maria Valinski "Real-time updates to the DSAP framework to improve calibration and dynamic situational awareness", Proc. SPIE 6564, Modeling and Simulation for Military Operations II, 65640B (10 May 2007);

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