Integrated Modeling of the Battlespace Environment

  title={Integrated Modeling of the Battlespace Environment},
  author={Tim Campbell and Richard Allard and Ruth Preller and Lucy Smedstad and Alan J. Wallcraft and Sue Chen and Hao Jin and Sasa Gabersek and Richard Hodur and Joseph Reich and C. D. Fry and V. Eccles and R. Hunter and Cecelia DeLuca and Gerhard Theurich},
  journal={Computing in Science & Engineering},
The goal of the Battlespace Environments Institute (BEI) is to integrate Earth and space modeling capabilities into a seamless, whole-Earth common modeling infrastructure that facilitates interservice development of multiple, mission-specific environmental simulations and supports battlefield decisions, improves interoperability, and reduces operating costs. 

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