Accession Number : ADA114079
Title : The ICOR Model.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. 26 Jan 80-30 Jan 81.
Corporate Author : BDM CORP MCLEAN VA
PDF Url : ADA114079
Report Date : 30 Jan 1981
Pagination or Media Count : 68
Abstract : This report provides an overview of the processes and capabilities of the Integrated Corps (ICOR) Model. ICOR is a two-sided, event-stepped, unit-centered simulation of ground and air-ground combat. It normally is used to simulate a corps size area with battalions as the basic unit represented. Units maneuver in two dimensions over a hexagonal grid with explicit terrain representation. Ground combat and movement is conducted according to operation orders issued by a man-in-the-loop commander and interpreted by automated decision-making processes. Units possess various types of assets, including individual weapons, trucks, supplies, sensors, etc. Processes simulated include ground combat and maneuver, air support and interdiction, air defense, artillery, nuclear warfare, commo, nuclear and conventional supply, and sensors and intelligence collection.
Descriptors : *Tactical warfare, *Land warfare, Target detection, Military commanders, Tactical analysis, Decision making, Computerized simulation, Corps level organizations, Integrated systems, Artillery, Nuclear weapons, Tactical air support, Combat support, Algorithms, War games
Subject Categories : Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE