Accession Number : ADA134275

Title :   Modeling Efforts for the AUTODIN II Fly-Off Study.

Descriptive Note : Technical note,

Corporate Author : DEFENSE COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING CENTER RESTON VA

Personal Author(s) : Prishivalko,R

PDF Url : ADA134275

Report Date : Aug 1983

Pagination or Media Count : 38

Abstract : During the AUTODIN II 'fly-off', the Systems Analysis Division, provided support to the design teams and evaluation team. This support included collection and refinement of requirements, modification and application of computer models, verification of the proposed designs, and evaluation of network survivability. This document describes the procedures, computer models, and assumptions used, as well as the problems encountered. The state of the User Requirements Data Base presented a major initial obstacle to beginning the process of network design. The network design process was hampered by attempting to rapidly apply existing design tools suitable for the AUTODIN II approach to the different Replica approach. This document describes the status of the design process during the 'fly-off' period.

Descriptors :   *Computerized simulation, *Network analysis(Management), *Systems analysis, Data bases, Requirements, User needs, Survivability, Modification, Communications networks, Digital systems, Communications traffic

Subject Categories : Administration and Management

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE