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Advanced Methods, Techniques, and Applications in Modeling and Simulation

Volume 4 of the series Proceedings in Information and Communications Technology pp 345-351

Simulation-Based SAM (Surface-to-Air Missile) Analysis in OpenSIM (Open Simulation Engine for Interoperable Models)

  • Kangsun LeeAffiliated withDepartment of Computer Engineering, MyongJii University
  • , Joonho ParkAffiliated withDepartment of Computer Engineering, MyongJii University
  • , Chanjong ParkAffiliated withDepartment of Computer Engineering, MyongJii University
  • , Seogbong KimAffiliated withAgency for Defense Development
  • , Hyun Shik OhAffiliated withAgency for Defense Development

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Abstract

Assessing MOE (Measure of Effectiveness) of a weapon system is important as we invest significant efforts to develop the weapon system. OpenSIM (Open Simulation environment for Interoperable Models) has been developed to help users perform complex tasks for simulation-based weapons effectiveness analysis. In this paper, we present tools and services of OpenSIM and illustrate how we can utilize the OpenSIM for weapons effectiveness analysis with an example of SAM (Surface-to-Air Missile) in AAW (Anti-Air Warfare).