Abstract—In this paper, we model the method in which aircraft survivability equipment suite ssuccessfully choose their countermeasures, and experiment with their autonomous decision-making against threats in various electronic warfare settings. We have designed and implemented our simulators to estimate the operational effectiveness of the aircraft survivability equipment suite. We formulate the operational effectiveness into the form of reduction in lethality, and also propose the benchmark of reduction in lethality in various methods of removing threats. Using our simulator, we hope that the autonomous decision-making of countermeasures and the analysis of survivability using the framework of reduction in lethality could be available for military operators.
Index Terms—Autonomous decision-making, electronic warfare settings, aircraft survivability equipment suite, operational effectiveness
Sanguk Noh is with School of Computer Science and Information Engineering, The Catholic University of Korea, Republic of Kore(email:email@example.com).
Chaetaek Choi is with the Agency for Defense Development, Republic of Korea.
Cite: Sanguk Noh and Chaetaek Choi, "Predicting the Operational Effectiveness of Aircraft Survivability Equipment Suite," International Journal of Engineering and Technology vol. 4, no. 4, pp. 372-375, 2012.