Summaries - Research
Back Advancing the Application of Design of Experiments (DOE) to Synthetic Theater Operations Research Model (STORM) Data
|Division||Research & Sponsored Programs|
|Department||Naval Research Program|
Sanchez, Susan M.
McDonald, Mary L.
Upton, Stephen C.
Barreto, Jane F.
Hernandez, Alejandro D.S.
|Sponsor||NPS Naval Research Program (Navy)|
|Summary||The Navy uses simulation-based campaign analysis to help measure risk for investment options for how best to equip, organize, supply, maintain, train, and employ our naval forces. The Synthetic Theater Operations Research Model (STORM) is a stochastic simulation model used to support campaign analysis by the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force. Building, testing, running, and analyzing campaign scenarios in STORM can be a complex, time-consuming process. The goal of this research is to apply Design Of Experiment (DOE) methods in the selection and creation of Design Points (DPs) to minimize the number of modeling runs required for meaningful comparisons. Another objective is to understand how best DOE methods can complement traditional baseline and excursion modeling. In addition to regular reviews, the research deliverables will include: (1) a final brief and/or technical report, in addition to student theses (if applicable); (2) all findings, methods, and data used in the study; and (3) appropriate conference or journal papers related to this research.|
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