Enhancements to OneSAF Killer/Victim Scoreboard Capabilities

Report No. ARL-TR-3758
Authors: Janet F. O?May
Date/Pages: April 2006; 32 pages
Abstract: The U.S. Army Research Laboratory uses the combat simulation One Semi-Automated Forces to support research in portraying battlespace areas of influence and determining critical course of action events through data mining. The combat simulation was originally modified to provide near real-time information on battle entities and direct-fire events. These data were obtained through the simulation but required some user interaction. This early work provided the framework for a killer/victim scoreboard capability. In an effort to expand this ability, the software has now been modified to collect required data automatically and to provide information on all indirect-fire events. These new capabilities further our ability to obtain reliable and complete data from the combat simulation in support of our ongoing projects.
Distribution: Approved for public release
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Last Update / Reviewed: April 1, 2006