The Operation Effectiveness Evaluation Based on Statistic Analysis

  •  Kai Cheng    
  •  Hongjun Zhang    
  •  Luyuan Zhang    
  •  Liang Wang    


Because there are many uncertain factors in the process of combat, the operation effectiveness data shows obvious randomness. In order to explore the guidelines of combat behind effects data, the article evaluates the effectiveness of attack which is a typical operation based on statistical analysis, and analyzes the basic concepts of operation and its effectiveness. For the simulation data produced by EINSTein system, the authors adopt the methods of once, single and multiple experimental analysis to study statistic characteristics of the effects data of attacks and find that. For the side who has advantages over the combat, improving firepower radius will have better effects than increasing the people who take part in the operation. On this basis, an evaluation method of operation effectiveness is put forward and verified combined with simulation data, and thus provides feasible solution to effectiveness evaluation based on practical training results.

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  • ISSN(Print): 1913-8989
  • ISSN(Online): 1913-8997
  • Started: 2008
  • Frequency: quarterly

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