The development of a modelling solution to address manpower and personnel issues using the IPME

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Authors
  1. Wang, W.
Corporate Authors
Defence R&D Canada - Toronto, Toronto ONT (CAN);Alion Science and Technology, Boulder, CO (USA)
Abstract
The addition of occupational information into a human performance modelling environment enables the creation of human performance models that are sensitive to operator’s occupational attributes. Such models can be used to address manpower and personnel issues frequently encountered in military system design and evaluation. A recent applied research project was conducted to incorporate the Canadian Air Force occupational data into the Integrated Performance Modelling Environment (IPME). This project expanded Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC)’s modelling capability and enabled analysts use modelling and simulation to examine manpower and personnel solutions in future Canadian Forces (CF) acquisition projects. The report recaps major activities in this project, including occupational data integration, software implementation, and the application of the occupational data in IPME models.

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Keywords
Manpower, Personnel, Human systems integration, Modelling and simulation, IPME,
Report Number
DRDC-TORONTO-TR-2010-138 — Technical Report
Date of publication
01 Nov 2010
Number of Pages
57
DSTKIM No
CA035353
CANDIS No
534864
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF)

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