Thursday, July 13

Modeling and Simulation in the US Navy - Part II of II

4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Caribbean 2

For Part I, see MS55.

The Navy is seriously looking at recent developments in computation, data translation metaware, and data representation models. The objectives of these efforts are to enhance coordination and avoid duplication, in order to resolve the complex physics needed to accurately model mission space phenomena. Scientists are more than ever focussed on improving user confidence in simulations through the use of more accurate and verifiable models. The scientific community is determined to develop variable resolution algorithms and models to provide consistency between simulations dealing with different levels of detail, in environment problems, sensors, or any other area where these techniques can help improve mission performance.

Organizers: Sonia M. F. Garcia
Office of Naval Research/USNA, USA
Richard Lau
Office of Naval Research, USA
4:00-4:25 Computational Challenge of Providing Synthetic Natural Environmental Data to Real Time Simulations
Sue K. Numrich and William R. Smith, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, USA; Peter J. Stein, James K. Lewis, and Subramaniam D. Rajan, Scientific Solutions, Inc., USA; Alan F. Blumberg and Nicholas B. Kim, HydroQual, Inc., USA; Richard Schaffer, Lockheed Martin Information Systems, USA; and Paul Maassel, VisiTech, USA
4:30-4:55 Real-Time Acoustic Environment Modeling and Signal Generation
Stephen J. Swenson and Chi Ng, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, USA
5:00-5:25 The New Directions of the Navy in Modeling and Simulation
Jim Weatherly, Director, Dept of Navy M&S - Technical Support Group CNO, N6MT, USA
5:30-5:55 The Synchronous Parallel Environment for Emulation and Discrete-Event
Jeffrey S. Steinman, Metron Incorporated, USA

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