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《Journal of National University of Defense Technology》 2006-06
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Modeling Combat Using Random Mapping

TAN Dong-feng(College of Information System and Management,National Univ.of Defense Technology,Changsha 410073,China)  
Random network for Lanchester combat,a novel theoretical model for combat is put forward based on the definition of random mapping.The model is an ER random sub-graph of directed bipartite graph,or a series of random mapping with the decreased size of mapping domains,in which the relationship of local interaction and the system behavior have been formally and explicitly represented.The results obtained mainly by simulation and analysis show that the efficiency of the whole combat network follows the Lanchester's square-law,and that the topological structure of the network generated by the model is heterogenous,following exponential-law of degree distribution.Finally,the influence from the factors of globe information on the efficiency of the whole warfare system is studied through data experiments for both "symmetric" and "asymmetric" combat cases.It ends up with a discussion on the significance of network modeling in the combat modeling theory,experiments and methods of calculation.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金资助项目(70571084);; 国家部委基金资助项目(513040404-1)
【CateGory Index】: E072
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