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Back Establishment of Efficient Designs of Experiments in Support of the US Army Warfighting Analysis Division's (WAD) Analysis of the Equipping Enterprise
|Division||Graduate School of Operational & Information Sciences|
Sanchez, Susan M.
Lucas, Thomas W.
|Sponsor||Office of the U.S. Army Deputy Chief of Staff, G8 (Army)|
|Summary||The Army O-S has developed the Agile Repast-based Agents for Decision Support (ARADS) model to support the process of ensuring that Soldiers have the resources they need to efficiently and safely accomplish their missions. This model has a large number of inputs with potentially intricate interactions. Furthermore, there are sources of uncertainty associated with many of these inputs, e.g., costs, reliability, performance, usage rates, etc. This project will provide using state-of-the-art designs of experiments (DOEs) process to assess the uncertainty and to provide responsive analytical procedures for the Army resourcing decisions. The objectives will include assessing sensitivities, identifying critical input data, determining robust investment strategies, generating distributions on future possibilities, providing analytical augmentation, and providing designs, techniques and training for the OS. The ARADS model-and the associated data and scenarios will be supported by the Simulation Experiment and Efficient Design (SEED) Center at NPS where the model, scenarios and data will leverage the computational power, DOEs, and analytical staff of the SEED Center.|
|Keywords||Simulation Design of Experiment Analysis of The Equipping Enterprise System|
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