Engagement Modeling

Engagement Modeling

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In the modeling of an EW engagement, it is necessary to consider the following elements: The characteristics of the area in which the engagement takes place (the gaming area); The characteristics of the players in the engagement; The way players move and react to each other during the engagement; The point of view from which the engagement is to be observed; The fidelity to which the engagement must be controlled; The electronic interactions between the players in the engagement; When to start and stop the engagement.

Chapter Contents:

  • 7.1 Gaming Area
  • 7.2 Players
  • 7.3 Location and Movement of Players
  • 7.4 Point of View
  • 7.5 Engagement Fidelity
  • 7.6 Electronic Interactions Between Players
  • 7.7 Running the Engagement
  • 7.8 Aircraft in Hostile Airspace
  • 7.9 Ship Attacked by Antiship Missile

Inspec keywords: game theory

Other keywords: players characteristics; electronic interactions; engagement modeling; gaming area

Subjects: Probability theory, stochastic processes, and statistics; Statistics; Game theory; Game theory

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