Craig Nathan Lammers

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This paper describes a revolutionary information processing approach that will increase warfighter productivity by orders of magnitude for problems requiring analysis, planning, optimization, and dynamic situation assessment and prediction in live operational environments. This technology, known as HyperWarpSpeed, breaks the four-dimensional barrier of(More)
Both queuing theory analysis and discrete-event process simulation have often been used, sometimes jointly, to analyze and improve the performance of queuing systems. Queuing theory provides closed-form solutions for various canonical queuing configurations, whereas discrete-event process simulation is highly valuable for analysis of many queuing systems(More)
This paper describes the application of a new parallel and distributed modeling and simulation technology known as HyperWarpSpeed to facilitate the decision-making process in a time-critical simulated Command and Control environment. HyperWarpSpeed enables the exploration of multiple decision branches at key decision points within a single simulation(More)
This paper describes a proposed general-purpose cognitive architecture known as the <i>Open Cognitive Architecture Framework</i> (OpenCAF) capable of representing complex intelligent behavior for a variety of applications. This new cognitive architecture framework is combined with the <i>Open Modeling and Simulation Architecture</i> (OpenMSA) and the(More)
The Open Unified Technical Framework (OpenUTF) provides an External Modeling Framework (EMF) that offers support for all of its standard modeling constructs within an encapsulated object that can be created and used by non-OpenUTF applications. Acting like a proxy to simulations executing in the OpenUTF, the EMF coordinates robust and repeatable event(More)
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