MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 210, 201822nd International Conference on Circuits, Systems, Communications and Computers (CSCC 2018)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Published online||05 October 2018|
Queue-based quantitative approach for border guard operational modelling. Constructive simulator models reflecting border crossings and blockade elements.
Military University of Technology, Cybernetics Faculty, gen. W. Urbanowicz Street 2, Warsaw, Poland
The paper presents selected modelling techniques utilised in constructive simulation environment SymSG Border Tactics which provides tactical training capabilities for Polish Border Guard. Operational responsibilities of BG include policing as well as reconnaissance, transport and traffic control in near border areas. Modelling of such operations require multiresolution approach, as many of operational elements can be modelled as aggregated entities but majority of active simulation elements need to be implemented as individual simulation objects. The behavioural models reflecting BG, perpetrators or society have been modelled as agents and more complex operational elements (e.g. road blockades, control points during temporary restoration of the border control, border crossing) are modelled using queue system. Such approach delivers flexibility of system modelling but most of all is tuned to the calibration parameters provided by the BG analysts. Therefore, developed modelling approach provides flexibility in customisation of the model (simulation element) based on the user and scenario preferences. Constructive simulator has been designed to support brief (up to 4h) live exercises and reflect training of border guard outpost operational tasks. Finally the paper describes architectural solutions developed to support modelling approaches and required functionalities for simulation execution, after-action-review mechanism and remote simulation access.
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