Category Archive for: ‘Research’

National Defense Magazine: Big Data AI to Advance Modeling and Simulation

See Big Data AI to Advance Modeling and Simulation There is a thesis opportunity in this area addressing II MEF information requirements. If interested, contact Curt Blais at clblais@nps.edu.

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National Training and Simulation Association (NTSA) Newsletter for August 2016

Can be found here.

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Naval Modeling and Simulation Newsletter, March 2016

This newsletter (available here: Naval M&S Newsletter – Issue 3 – March 2016) would be a great target for short articles describing student thesis work and faculty research, and it would be nice to send in a photo of Naval officers any quarter we have students graduating from MOVES, even providing thesis titles and indication where the graduates will be …

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NATO Modeling and Simulation Group — M&S As A Service

Dear Modeling and Simulation Community, In this mail, I would like to talk about a very promising concept, Modeling and Simulation (M&S) as a Service (MSaaS). Although this concept seems to be traditional, the real issue is to find the synergy of the service-based approaches with ideas taken from cloud computing. This new “M&S ecosystem” will provide M&S products, data …

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Department of Navy’s “Innovation Hatch” Announcement

Today, we launch the Fab Lab Challenge! The DON needs YOUR input. What kind of capability demonstrations should be available in Fab Lab? At what locations in the DON would the Fab Lab add the most value? Campaign: http://doninnovation.ideascale.com/a/ideas/top/campaigns/14964 Campaign Flyer: http://doninnovation.ideascale.com/community-library/accounts/91/914163/campaigns/FabLab/Hatch-Flyer—AM_FABLAB.pdf DON_Innovation Challenge the Force… Change the Game!

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September 2015 issue of the Society for Modeling and Simulation International

See https://netforum.avectra.com/public/temp/ClientImages/SCS/8e3beac5-903f-418b-a5d9-a7e7aa0c4a52.pdf for the issue.

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Fall 2015 Simulation Interoperability Workshop — paper abstracts

Below are the abstracts of the papers presented at this year’s Fall Simulation Interoperability Workshop, 31 August – 4 September 2015. If you are interested in the full content of any of these papers, contact Curt Blais for a copy. 15F-SIW-001 BML FOR COMMUNICATING WITH MULTI-ROBOT SYSTEMS Primary Author: Thomas Remmersmann Email: thomas.remmersmann@fkie.fraunhofer.de Abstract: When BML was conceived for C2 …

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DoD Unified Research and Engineering Database (URED) Call For Data

Possibly of interest for publicizing research and establishing subject matter expert status in the DoD.  I typed in a few typical MOVES related search terms and found lots of other universities and companies listed as centers of research. “Naval Postgraduate School” did show up on a search but only a few of Joe Sullivan’s ONR projects reference “MOVES Institute”.  Check …

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Virtual Military Operations Research Society Symposium (VMORSS) available online Jul 22-23

Virtual MORS Symposium is being conducted online on July 22 and July 23 from 0600 Pacific to 1300 Pacific each day. Agenda is available at: http://www.mors.org/Portals/23/Docs/Events/2015/83rd/83rd MORS Symposium Virtual Schedule.pdf To login and attend presentations, go to https://mors.adobeconnect.com/vmorss83cga.

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Python Language Implementation of DIS

I’ve got an early, not-very-well-tested release of Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS) for Python available at https://sourceforge.net/projects/open-dis/files/open-dis/ Python is interesting because it’s ubiquitous and scriptable. Most Unix/Linux releases have a Python release installed, and it can be installed on Windows. As a language it allows you to write the equivalent of Unix shell scripts to send, receive, and process DIS. Unpack the python.zip file from …

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