Process Oriented Development for effective data analysis of military distributed simulation

Yaniv Minkov, Daniel Deutch, Max Novoselski, Daniel Dor, Alon Peleg, Einav Kiperman

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Abstract

A novel approach is proposed for the development of a distributed simulation that is oriented towards the modeling and implementation of complex operational processes in the simulated world. We claim that, in the context of developing simulative systems, the proposed approach, Process Oriented Development (POD), bears significant advantages over "traditional" approaches for software development; specifically, we show that this approach allows for a significantly more effective quantitative analysis (i.e. the analysis of data collected in the simulation). The approach was employed in the context of military large-scale simulation experiments, and was proven to shorten both development and data analysis time, as well as to result in more accurate and reliable quantitative analysis results. The paper describes the main principles of the approach, analyzes its faults and merits with respect to traditional development processes, and presents a case study indicating the usefulness of the approach.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSpring Simulation Interoperability Workshop 2011, 2011 Spring SIW
Pages48-56
Number of pages9
StatePublished - 2011
Externally publishedYes
EventSpring Simulation Interoperability Workshop 2011, 2011 Spring SIW - Boston, MA, United States
Duration: 4 Apr 20118 Apr 2011

Publication series

NameSpring Simulation Interoperability Workshop 2011, 2011 Spring SIW

Conference

ConferenceSpring Simulation Interoperability Workshop 2011, 2011 Spring SIW
Country/TerritoryUnited States
CityBoston, MA
Period4/04/118/04/11

Keywords

  • Data Analysis
  • Database
  • Military
  • Novel Approach
  • Process
  • Simulation

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