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It should be realized that the vast majority of the states in the decision space are disastrous. The decision space of interesting states is much smaller, perhaps being only 1 or 5 percent of all possible moves. But this still leaves 200 to 2,000 interesting moves where information can play a crucial role in selecting the right move for either Blue or Red. In other words the C4ISR systems employed by either side should help decisionmakers to identify the few good decisions that can win the war out of the sea of many bad decisions that can easily lead to defeat.

Targets on the COP can be time delayed depending upon the characteristics of the communications channels connecting the tanks to off-board ISR sensors and the loading on the communications channel. When the tanks are stationary (as indicated in the slide), each tank’s organic FLIR sensor is time averaged to have 360-degree coverage. This corresponds to the tanks fully rotating their turrets while stationary. ) from each side. In the vertical slice approximation used in this analysis, each brigade is composed of 15 tanks (approximately a 9 to 1 vertical slice).

The results fall into a broad, one-dimensional distribution where Blue loses all of its tanks and Red loses about 75 percent of its force (with substantial variation in the number of Red tanks killed). , when the Red force is wiped out and Blue is not) that are not a part of the primary distribution. Note that the rules of disengagement and conflict termination employed in this proof-of-concept model are that both sides fight to the death. With more realistic rules of disengagement and conflict termination, the resulting distribution described above may be broad in both dimensions and extend into the interior of the histogram rectangle shown (this conjecture will be investigated in future research).

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