TDI Friday Read: Battalion-Level Combat Model Validation

Today’s Friday Read summarizes a series of posts detailing a validation test of the Tactical Numerical Deterministic Model (TNDM) conducted by TDI in 1996. The test was conducted using a database of 76 historical battalion-level combat engagements ranging from World War I through the post-World War II era. It is provided here as an example of how such testing can be done and how useful it can be, despite skepticism expressed by some in the U.S. operations research and modeling and simulation community.

Validating A Combat Model

Validating A Combat Model (Part II)

Validating A Combat Model (Part III)

Validating A Combat Model (Part IV)

Validating A Combat Model (Part V)

Validating A Combat Model (Part VI)

Validating A Combat Model (Part VII)

Validating A Combat Model (Part VIII)

Validating A Combat Model (Part IX)

Validating A Combat Model (Part X)

Validating A Combat Model (Part XI)

Validating A Combat Model (Part XII)

Validating A Combat Model (Part XIII)

 

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