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1 Integration of IMPRINT to the Modeling Architecture for Technology Research and Experimentation (MATREX) Tim Lee December 7, 2005

2 Agenda  Modeling Architecture for Technology Research and Experimentation (MATREX) Program Background  Command, Control, Communications Human Performance Model (C3HPM) Objective in MATREX  C3HPM Current Implementation  C3HPM Future Implementation  Lessons Learned

3 MATREX Background Program Goals  Develop “a persistent environment with a tailorable, scalable, distributed architecture for live, virtual, and constructive simulations for examination of joint C4ISR concepts and System of Systems solutions.”  Provide “key enabling M&S technology for FCS System of systems Integration Laboratory, System of Systems Virtual Framework …”

4 MATREX Background System Infrastructure OCSSANDSDOSMTS ALCES SLAMEMMC2WECM CMS Simulation CMS Control OTB hlaControl hlaResults InterdapterInterdapter SC4UAV DIS HLA Infrastructure HLA Simulations HLA Grid DIS LAN 2 DIS LAN 1 DCAT Data Bases Virtual Environment TOC TOC C3HPM HLA RTI (Data Distribution) ARMSAMSLVSMSLSVDMS Data Analysis & Perspectives

5 C3HPM Goals in MATREX  Provide a tool to support evaluation of warfighter task allocation, warfighter decision aiding, and WMI device suitability in combat vehicles and C2 shelters across  Large force structures  Wide varieties of complex scenarios  Provide a tool to support integration and test of warfighter decision aids and WMI devices into combat vehicles and C2 shelters  Provide a modeling and simulation environment to support analysis of Operational & Organizational Plan issues by coordinating with other MATREX tools

6 C3HPM Goals in MATREX (cont.) Integrated Concepts ORD, O&O, TTPS Warfighter Role Models Unit Organization Models Unit Equipment Models C3HPM Simulation C3Grid Simulation OTB/OOS Simulation Evaluation Scenario Experiment Data Analyst Candidate Configuration O&O Issues MATREX

7 C3HPM Current Implementation Objectives  Provide constructive simulation of warfighters performing C2 tasks in the MATREX environment  Provide capability to model operational roles as prioritized reactions to received C2 messages Manipulate data of received C2 messages to generate transmitted C2 messages Execution time lines of reactions based on equipment models and human performance limitations  Provide capability to simulate operational roles for warfighters in multiple platforms  Provide capability to log tasks and workload for all warfighters  Demonstrate capabilities by modeling Joint Close Air Support (JCAS) roles and executing an engagement scenario

8 C3HPM Current Implementation Design IMPRINT Task Manager Task Data C3HPM Interface Layer Time Manager Task Queues C3HPMJ Interface C3HPMJ Jess Engine C3HPM Interface MATREX Interface Wait Queues IMPRINT/COM Interface MATREX Interface MATREX HLA Network TCP/IP COM Role ARole BRole C Task Networks Master Scheduler

9 C3HPM Current Implementation Model Data: Joint Tactics from JP 3-09.3

10 GLO Det BCD FSC / FSE JOINT TACTICAL AIR CONTROLLER (JTAC) CAS ACFT SUPPORT REQUIREMENT TASKED TO OTHER FIRE SUPPORT ASSETS OPTION *J-STARS/AWACS can function in place of ASOC CORPS MAIN CP / TOC BDE TACP / FSO DIV TACP / FSO DATA UPDATES IN-ROUTE CONTROL HAND-OFF TO TC/JTAC EGRESS CONTROL WOC (USAF) SCRAMBLE ON- CALL/ HOLDING ACFT COORDINATE HAND-OFF AND RETURN COORD/DIVERT AIRBORNE AIRCRAFT FOR MISSION AIRCRAFT CONTROLLERS J-STARS AWACS FAC (A) TAC (A) SCAR HAWKEYE AIRBORNE TACC - ATCS - ASCS SHIPBORNE CRC TAOC GROUND JAOC JFACC (USAF) JFC COORDINATION 4 ACFT LAUNCHED/ DIVERTED ISR DATA 3 ASOC * (USAF) 2 67 5 9 8 10 12 11 13 BN TACP / FSO 1 BN TOC SOLE CAS REQUEST JIC 2 CO FIST C3HPM Current Implementation Model Data: ARMY / SOF Close Air Support (CAS) OV-5

11 C3HPM Current Implementation C2 Message Modeling Configuration OTB C3Grid Federates (SANDS, OCS, MTS, DOS) C3HPM (taskrequest) HLA Control ASOC CAS Air Unit JAOC Maneuver SA Call for CAS Internal C2 JTAC

12 C3HPM Current Implementation JCAS Demo Task Networks: Main Mission ASOC JTAC JAOC

13 C3HPM Current Implementation JCAS Demo Task Networks: JTAC – Request CAS

14 C3HPM Current Implementation JCAS Demo Video

15 C3HPM Future Implementation Objectives  Enable modeling of Human Centric Network Enabled Battle Command (HC-NEBC) in the MATREX environment  SEMI-automatically generate role models from DODAF products (i.e. OV-6c mission threads)  Utilize simulation neutral XML format to encode behaviors (i.e., OWL-S) to promote reuse  Separate role deployment and role to role addressing to promote reuse  Demonstrate capabilities by generating modular force networked effects roles from TRADOC Analysis Center mission threads and executing an engagement scenario

16 C3HPM Future Implementation HC-NEBC Modeling Process Behavior Modeler OWL-S Editor Scenario Developer MSDE Force Developer ACSIS Experiment Designer, Conductor, & Analyst MATREX Analyst Workstation C3HPM C3Grid/CES OOS MSDL DoDAF Products Role Models Routing Tables Platform List C2 Messages Role Models Experiment Data Scenarios, MOP/MOE Model Development Data Flow Simulation Initialization Data Flow Simulation Execution Data Flow OWL-S TRAC Mission Threads C4ISR Modeler CSAP&T

17 C3HPM Future Implementation OWL-S Semantic Markup for Web Services  An ontology which supplies web service providers with a core set of markup language constructs for describing the properties and capabilities of their Web services  Developed in the W3C Web Ontology Language (OWL), an extension to the XML-based Resource Description Framework (RDF) schema that defines terms commonly used in creating a model of an object or process  Developed by the Semantic Web Services arm of the DARPA Agent Markup Language (DAML) Program and submitted to W3C as a member submission http://www.w3.org/Submission/OWL-S/http://www.w3.org/Submission/OWL-S/  Provides an extensible, open-source, XML schema for interchange of process descriptions which can be easily transformed and ingested by modeling tools and simulations  Extended by TARDEC & NIST to enable modeling of intelligent battlefield systems to support autonomous system development and warfighter integration into intelligent systems

18 C3HPM Future Implementation OWL-S Behavior Modeling  Extended OWL-S to support human performance modeling  ISSimpleProcess class with properties hasWork (VACP) usesControlDevice hasTimeDuration hasWorkLoad (VACP)  GenericAgent calls with property hasWorkRate (VACP)

19 C3HPM Future Implementation OWL-S Behavior Modeling Role A Service 1 Service 3 Service 2 Role B Service 4 Service 6 Service 5 Role D Service 10 Service 12 Service 11 Role E Service 13 Service 15 Service 14 Role C Service 7 Service 9 Service 8 Each service Is defined as a Task network Each role may be Implemented by one or more warfighters In the force Each warfighter may implement one or more roles Msg x Msg w Msg q Msg r Msg d Msg k Msg m Send Msg x Review Msg w Performance of a service is triggered by the receipt of a C2 message Information may be shared between services within A role

20 CCN: SWBB2 FS-1a v3_0 Fv1 27 Jun 05 Howitzers Primary Exchange Secondary Exchange MVR BN Main BCT CP1 4c 4a 8b 4b 4e 1a 6c 7g 6d 8a 3a 3b 4d 3c 12 Fires BN Fires BTRY 4 5 9a 8c 6 6a 9 * * ASAS AIS AFATDS FECC ASAS MCS WS EMT MCS WS MCS GW MCS GW ASAS AFATDS FDC 13 6b 1 6e 7 7a 7b 7c 7d 7e 3 8 8d 8e 8g 10g 3d 7f8f10f 9c 9d 9e 10 10a 10b 10c 10d 10e 1c 1b 2 2a LW 155 DFCS * Breakout Paladin PDFCS Paladin AFCS * FOS Stryker A3 BFIST * Breakout M1A2 SEP M2A3 StrykerFBCB2 * Breakout PFEDFOS CO Observer FIST GDU GDU-R 11 AFATDS FECC 9b AFATDS FDC C3HPM Future Implementation Mission Thread Example FS-1a: Call for Fire on Previous Target from an observer to FIST

21 C3HPM Future Implementation Mission Thread Example: narrative and annotation FS-1a: Call for Fire on Previous Target from an observer to FIST

22 C3HPM Future Implementation OWL-S to IMPRINT Translation

23 C3HPM Future Implementation Progress  HC-NEBC architecture being refined  More comprehensive coordination with the development of other MATREX federates: OneSAF, C3Grid, Effects Engine  OWL-S to IMPRINT translation method / tool developed and being refined  Convention for mission thread “annotation” being defined


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