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MODELING AND ANALYSIS

"Army's Efforts Pioneer in Battle Management Models," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Jul. 1990, p. 25.

"Hierarchical Models Give New Simulation Accuracy," Jose L. Ucles and John M. Siliato, Jul. 1990, p. 29.

"Rising Role for Modeling And Test Bed Efforts Based on Global Needs," Jun. 1993, p. 121.

"Modeling Processes Offer Command and Control Aids," Co. Gary Q. Coe, USA (Ret.), Sept. 1993, p. 67.

"Complex Digital Chip Designs Mandate Error-Free Methods," April 1994, p. 39.

"Warfighter Information Network Harnesses Simulation Validation,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Jan. 1998, p. 27.

"An Amalgam of Capabilities Marks New Simulation Center," Feb. 1998, p. 35.

"Joint Training Center Services As Simulation Trial Customer Sept. 1998., P. 66.

"Uncertainty Factor Drives New Approach to Building Simulations,"
Lt. Col. Carl W. Hunt, USA, Oct. 1998, p. 75.

"Testing and Evaluation Nurture Valuable Simulation Expertise," September 1999, p. 62.

"Remodeling Simulation," Maryann Lawlor, July 2001, p. 35.

"Topside Training Submerges Students In Virtual Reality," July 2001, p. 43.

"Conflict Accelerates Deployment of Conceptual Techniques," December 2001, p. 21.

"Modeling and Simulation Adds Insight on Terrorism," Dr. Roger Smith, December 2001, p. 31.

"War Game to Unleash Interoperability Surge," May 2002, p. 36.

"Modeling to Thwart Terrorism," Oct. 2002, p. 45.

"Controlling Cybernetic Crowds," Dec. 2002, p. 54.

"Soldiers Train For Urban Terrain," Feb. 2003, p. 51.

"Far-Reaching Scenario Reflects Changing World, " Sharon Berry, Sept. 2003, p. 73.

"Multinational Communications Capabilities Move Forward," Sept. 2003, p. 77.

"Demonstrations Show Promise for Homeland Security Applications," Sept. 2003, p. 80.

"Center Simulates Homeland Security," Feb. 2004, p. 27.

OPERATIONAL EXPERIMENTS

"Facing the Challenges of The New Millennium," July 2002, p. 51.

"Multinational Forces Hit Interoperability Mark," August 2002, p. 57.

"Tactical Concepts Come to Life," Nov. 2002, p. 49.

"Soldiers Train For Urban Terrain," Feb. 2003, p. 51

"Think Joint, Fight Joint, Train Joint," Maryann Lawlor, Apr 2003, p. 17.

"Military Marches Toward Agility," Clarence A. Robinson Jr., May 2003, p. 17.

"Army's Muddy Laboratory Sparkles," May 2003, p. 23.

"Linking Warriors Across Land and Sea," May 2003, p. 43.

"Demonstrations Focus on Coalition Communications," May 2003, p. 51.

"The Unified Quest for Jointness," Sept. 2003, p. 29.

"Far-Reaching Scenario Reflects Changing World, " Sharon Berry, Sept. 2003, p. 73.

"Multinational Communications Capabilities Move Forward," Sept. 2003, p. 77.

"Demonstrations Show Promise for Homeland Security Applications," Sept. 2003, p. 80.

"Coalition Interoperability Strategy Comes Home," Feb. 2004, p. 52.

SIMULATION

"A-320 Flight Simulator Provides Pilot Expertise," Robert K. Ackerman, Jul. 1990, p. 41.

"Battlefield Realism Flows Via Distributed Simulation,"
Rolando Rabines and John Mohler, Nov. 1990, p. 47.

"Corporate Merger Expands Europe's Simulation Drive," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Jul. 1991, p. 31.

"Digital Processors Handle Complex Flight Simulation," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Jul. 1991, p. 29.

"Near Real World Simulation Springs from Industry's R&D," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Jul. 1990, p. 17.

"Satellite Simulation Aids Design of Orbital System," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Apr. 1990, p. 41.

"Satellite Simulation Set Enables More Modeling," Robert K. Ackerman, Jul. 1991, p. 35.

"Services Expand Simulation, Easing Problems and Costs," Wayne P. Gagner, Jul. 1990, p. 33.

"Simulation Realism Drives Desert Combat Operations," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Jul. 1991, p. 22.

"Simulations Key to NASA's Universe Evolution Study," Wayne P. Gagner, Jul. 1990, p. 38.

"Trenchant Modeling Shapes Alliance Information Systems," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Apr. 1992, p. 51.

"Computer Imagery Curtails Steep Wind Tunnel Testing," Jul. 1992, p. 19.

"Army Simulation Command Assists Soldiers, Weapons," Jul. 1992, p. 25.

"Armored Combat Simulation Predicts War's Consequence," Charles F. Hawkins, Jul. 1992, p. 29.

"Flight Control Discoveries Rooted in Deft Simulations," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Jul. 1992, p. 32.

"Simulation Provokes Novel, Integrated Cockpit Designs," Jul. 1992, p. 37.

"Computer Simulation Realism Conquers Real-World Barriers," Jul. 1992, p. 41.

"Aircrew-Fighter Interface Science Applies Simulation," Jul. 1992, p. 45.

"Europe Embraces Simulation As a Vital System Element,"
Robert K. Ackerman and Robert H. Williams, Jul. 1992, p. 58.

"Madrid Symposium Focuses On Simulation, Modeling," Aug. 1992, p. 62.

"Global Pollution, Climate Surrender to Simulation," Jan. 1993, p. 35.

"Unique Allied Center Aids Pragmatic Change," Feb. 1993, p. 23.

"Synthetic Environment Hones Cockpit Combat Performance,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Jul. 1993, p. 21.

"Networking, Flexibility Define Simulation Push," Robert K. Ackerman, Jul. 1993, p. 26.

"Realistic Battle Simulation Drives Acquisition Crucible," Jul. 1993, p. 33.

"Three-Dimensional Graphics Empower Satellite Trackers," Dennis L. Young, Jul. 1993, p. 47.

"Avionics Science Yields No Target Hiding Place," Sept. 1993, p. 40.

"Mission Rehearsal Technology Impacts Intelligence Planning,"
Robert T. Nullmeyer and Philip D. Bruce, Sept. 1993, p. 62.

"Tracking System Innovations Spur Army Combat Training," Paul A. Turk, May 1994, p. 119.

"Full-Crew Armored Simulator Polishes Tanker Combat Skill," July 1994, p. 13.

"Mission-Critical Applications Ride Open System Computing,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., July 1994, p. 18.

"Advanced Processors Power Zooming Cockpit Simulators," July 1994, p. 22.

"Balkans Battlefield Opens Up For U.S. Simulation Wizards," Robert K. Ackerman, July 1994, p. 25.

"Cyberspace Meets Outer Space in Continental Simulation Push," Sept. 1994, p. 59.

"Battlefield Technologies Muster in Synthetic Arenas,"
Adm James B. Busey IV, USN (Ret.), July 95, p. 15.

"Realistic Motion Simulators Stimulate Military Aviators," Robert K. Ackerman, July 95, p. 17.

"Network Simulation, Optimization Tools Enhance Design, Planning Capabilities,"
Beverly P. Mowery, July 95, p.21.

"University Imaging Center Moves Beyond Simulation," Andrew C. Braunberg, July 95, p. 25.

"Flexible Computer Graphics Train French Fighter Pilots," Andrew C. Braunberg, Sept. 1995, p. 35.

"Information System Testbed Enables Jointness, Innovation," Robert K. Ackerman, Nov. 1995, p. 65.

"Sweden Fields Versatile Fighter Mission Planner," Dec. 1995, p. 56.

"Complex Electronic Combat Exploits Anechoic Chambers," Jan. 1996, p. 63.

"Advanced Information Systems Impel Operational Technologies," Mar. 1996, p. 41.

"Next-Century Land Warrior Equips to Fight Unseen Forces," Mar. 1996, p. 58.

"Synthetic Combat System Hones Marine Corps Edge," Andrew C. Braunberg, Mar. 1996, p. 61.

"Synthetic Training Duplicates Emergency Cockpit Conditions," July 1996, p. 18.

"Simulation Realism Extends Battlefield Environments," July 1996, p. 31.

"Command and Control Simulations Funnel Through New Interfaces," July 1996, p. 43.

"Command, Control Simulation Develops Information Warriors," Feb. 1997, p. 25.

"Strategic Satellite Links Ride Computer-Based Instruction," June 1998, p. 91.

"Multiple Threat Virtual Environment Analyzes Pilot, Aircraft Capabilities,"
Maryann Lawlor, Sept. 1998, p. 63.

"Joint Training Center Services As Simulation Trial Customer," Sept. 1998., P. 66.

"Uncertainty Factor Drives New Approach to Building Simulations,"
Lt. Col. Carl W. Hunt, USA, Oct. 1998, p. 75.

"Information Technologies No Longer Limit Command Center Development," Nov. 1998, p. 63.

"Satellite Simulation Equipment Enables Training, Certification," Mar. 1999, p. 55

"Collaborative Tool Builds Virtual Gathering Places," May 1999, p. 21

"Industry Team Proposes Alternative Situational Awareness Technology,"
Maryann Lawlor, May 1999, p. 37

"Simulated Training Efforts Foster Interoperability, Develop Common Procedures,"
June 1999, p. 40

"Electronic Threats Fall Prey to Fast Moving Simulation Laboratory,"
David A. Brown, June 1999, p. 79

"Testing and Evaluation Nurture Valuable Simulation Expertise," September 1999, p. 62.

"Defense Planners Visualize Future Fighting Forces," Maryann Lawlor, November 1999, p. 33.

"UCLA Research Brings Virtual Urban Worlds to Life," Paula Houghtaling, Dec. 1999, p. VG 7.

"Future Joint Simulation System Integrates Training Processes,"
Col. Keith J. Wagner, USAF, June 2000, p. 84.

"Future Joint Simulation System Integrates Training Processes,"
Col. Keith J. Wagner, USAF, June 2000, p. 84.

"Simulator Sharpens Raptor's Claws," Henry S. Kenyon, October 2000, p. 45.

"Roadblocks to Interoperability Frustrate Coalition Communications," November 2000, p. 41.

"Remodeling Simulation," Maryann Lawlor, July 2001, p. 35.

"Vitual Training Forges Combat Skills," Henry S. Kenyon, July 2001, p. 39.

"Topside Training Submerges Students In Virtual Reality," July 2001, p. 43.

"Modeling and Simulation Adds Insight on Terrorism," Dr. Roger Smith, December 2001, p. 31.

"War Game to Unleash Interoperability Surge," May 2002, p. 36.

"Modeling to Thwart Terrorism," Oct. 2002, p. 45.

"Controlling Cybernetic Crowds," Dec. 2002, p. 54.

"Center Simulates Homeland Security," Feb. 2004, p. 27.

VIRTUAL REALITY

"Electronic Warfare Research Focuses Navy Virtual Reality," Jul. 1993, p. 14.

"Simple Eye Motion Prompts Human-Computer Interaction," Jul. 1993, p. 18.

"Virtual Reality Merges With Battle Simulation," Roger D. Smith, Jul. 1993, p. 52.

"Virtual Reality Simulates Manufacturing Processes," Andrew C. Braunberg, June 1995, p. 47.

"Warfighter Information Network Harnesses Simulation Validation,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Jan. 1998, p. 27.

"An Amalgam of Capabilities Marks New Simulation Center," Feb. 1998, p. 35.

"An Amalgam of Capabilities Marks New Simulation Center," Feb. 1998, p. 35.

"Network-Centric Warfare Beckons Decision Makers May 1998, p. 53.

"Collaborative Tool Builds Virtual Gathering Places," May 1999, p. 21

"Industry Team Proposes Alternative Situational Awareness Technology,"
Maryann Lawlor, May 1999, p. 37

"Topside Training Submerges Students In Virtual Reality," July 2001, p. 43.

"Controlling Cybernetic Crowds," Dec. 2002, p. 54.

"Soldiers Train For Urban Terrain," Feb. 2003, p. 51

WAR GAMING

"Mirrored Memory Multiplies Processing Effectiveness," Edward J. Walsh, Jul. 1990, p. 65.

"Oak Ridge Cross Validates Modeling Versus War Gaming,"
Robert T. Santoro, Dr. Yousry Y. Azmy and Dr. Vladimir Protopopescu, Jul. 1990, p. 49.

"Simulated War Games Evolve to Enable Combat Exercises," Dawn Abel, Jul. 1990, p. 45.

"Blue Flag Combat Training Uses Distributed War Gaming,"
Col. William J. Meeboer, Jr., USAF, Sept. 1993, p. 59.

"Synthetic Combat System Hones Marine Corps Edge," Andrew C. Braunberg, Mar. 1996, p. 61.

"Commercial War Game Sets Spell Doom for Adversaries," July 1996, p. 35.

"Joint Forces Play the Ultimate War Game," October 2000, p. 71.

"Space Warriors Defend Information Assets," Christian B. Sheehy, April 2001, p. 29.

"Reasoning System Thinks One Step Ahead of Adversary," Christian B. Sheehy, June 2001, p. 37.

"Remodeling Simulation," Maryann Lawlor, July 2001, p. 35.

"Honing One Vision Of Joint," Maryann Lawlor, August 2001, p. 53.

"Conflict Accelerates Deployment of Conceptual Techniques," December 2001, p. 21.

"War Game to Unleash Interoperability Surge," May 2002, p. 36.

"Facing the Challenges of The New Millennium," July 2002, p. 51.

"Multinational Forces Hit Interoperability Mark," August 2002, p. 57.

"Modeling to Thwart Terrorism," Oct. 2002, p. 45.

"Tactical Concepts Come to Life," Nov. 2002, p. 49.

"Learning the Joint Mindset," Dec. 2002, p. 45.

"Controlling Cybernetic Crowds," Dec. 2002, p. 54.

"The Unified Quest for Jointness," Sept. 2003, p. 29.

"Far-Reaching Scenario Reflects Changing World, " Sharon Berry, Sept. 2003, p. 73.

"Multinational Communications Capabilities Move Forward," Sept. 2003, p. 77.

"Coalition Interoperability Strategy Comes Home," Feb. 2004, p. 52.


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