Accession Number : ADA310420
Title : A User's Guide for Creating Risk-Based Mobility Products in CAMMS-D.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. Oct 94-Jul 95,
Corporate Author : ARMY ENGINEER WATERWAYS EXPERIMENT STATION VICKSBURG MS GEOTECHNICAL LAB
Personal Author(s) : Williamson, J. L. ; Deliman, N. C.
PDF Url : ADA310420
Report Date : MAY 1996
Pagination or Media Count : 171
Abstract : Conventional mobility analysis is concerned with generating a speed prediction for one vehicle or a unit of vehicles operating in specified terrain to identify areas of immobilization and derive other information, such as time associated with traversing a given route. The risk-based approach moves beyond conventional mobility analysis by factoring in uncertainty concerning actual vehicle speed to present a range of speeds. This information can be used to derive useful and insightful decision aids and to plan for best-case or worst-case scenarios. This document presents the risk-based mobility methodology related applications, and methods for generating various products derived from this approach. The risk-based methodology was purposefully implemented into a known platform, the Comprehensive Army Mobility Model System - Developmental (CAMMS-D), to meet the geographic information system, user-interface, and graphical display requirements for demonstration and to gain user feed-back. Consequently, a significant portion of this document: concerned with the operation of CAMMS-D. Risk-based applications developed to provide insight for ground mobility assessments include: identification of high-probability NOGO areas, maximum and minimum arrival times associated with identified mobility corridors, time contour analysis, named areas of interest, and others.
Descriptors : *COMPUTER PROGRAMS, *USER MANUALS, *MOBILITY, *MILITARY VEHICLES, *GROUND SPEED INDICATORS, TEST AND EVALUATION, VELOCITY, SCENARIOS, REQUIREMENTS, ARMY RESEARCH, INFORMATION SYSTEMS, PREDICTIONS, MODELS, MOBILIZATION, PROBABILITY, TIME SERIES ANALYSIS, TERRAIN, DISPLAY SYSTEMS, IDENTIFICATION, FEEDBACK, GAIN, COMPUTER GRAPHICS, USER NEEDS, RESTRAINT, ARRIVAL, DECISION AIDS, GEOGRAPHY, CONTOURS.
Subject Categories : Computer Programming and Software
Surface Transportation and Equipment
Geology, Geochemistry and Mineralogy
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE