NAVAL RESOURCE PLANNING IN REAL-TIME

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Authors
  1. Chalmers, B.A.
Corporate Authors
Defence Research Establishment Valcartier, Valcartier QUE (CAN)
Abstract
The paper is concerned with a weapon engagement manager for the Above-Water Warfare. This is a specific resource management system in a situation assessment and resource management component of a naval command and control system. The manager plans, coordinates and directs in real-time defence actions involving use of hardkill and softkill weapons to counter air and surface threats. We review our intelligent agent architecture for the manager that integrates both deliberative and reactive planning. We also describe a probabilistic model for conditionally planning and scheduling surface-to-air missile engagements againt anti-ship missiles. Deliberation involves a faster than real-time discrete-event simulation of a number of missile defence plans to select one with the most successful simulation of a number of missile defence plans to select one with the most successful simulation over some look-ahead horizon. Some algorithms for this planner are described and results from using a high-performance parallel architecture simulator to study improvements in computational performance from their parallel execution are also presented.
Report Number
RMC-PROC-95-P-68 — CONTAINED IN 95-04193
Date of publication
01 May 1995
Number of Pages
16 (p68-83)
DSTKIM No
95-04190
CANDIS No
153054
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