Modeling and Simulation: 'Working With Systems That Do Not Yet Exist'

Lundquist, Edward
December 2004
Sea Power;Dec2004, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p28
Reports on the use of mockups, scale models and computerized modeling and simulation (M&S) to reduce the risk involved in developing, building and testing new combat systems in the U.S. Role of M&S in developing testing and evaluating the Navy's remote technology; Creation of simulation to exercise airspace coordination.


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