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Complex Operational and Organizational Problems

PROJECT: Simulating the Impacts of Events in OOTWs

Dean S. Hartley III

Data Systems Research and Development

Oak Ridge Federal Facilities [external]

Project Metadata Keywords
Label Name Other Year DurationYrs
Client OASD - SO/LIC Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD)
Dates 1997 2.5
Employer DOE Oak Ridge Facilities
Partner N/A
Pubs OOTW Cost Tools lead author 1998
Pubs "OOTW Analysis," Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science, Millenium Edition, Saul Gass and Carl Harris, editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers author 2001
Pubs "OOTW Impact Analysis," Proceedings of the 1999 Winter Simulation Conference, P. A. Farrington, H. B. Nembhard, D. T. Sturrock, and G. W. Evans, eds. lead author 1999
Pubs Designing an OOTW Impact Analysis Tool, Y/DSRD-3148 author 2000
Pubs OOTW Force Design Workshop Proceedings, Y/DSRD-3124 lead author 1999
Pubs OOTW Force Design Tools, Y/DSRD-3117 lead author 1999
Team Richard E. Bell, Stephen L. Packard
Configuration management
Consequence Management
Financial analysis
Geopolitical analysis
Global War on Terrorism (GWOT)
Human factors
Human, Social, Cultural Behavior (HSCB) Modeling
Impact analysis
Irregular Warfare (IW)
Modeling, Simulation & Gaming (MSG)
Operations Other Than War (OOTW)
Software issues
Stability Operations (SASO, SSTR)
Warfare modeling


Projects with US PACOM on determining the requirements for modeling Operations Other Than War (OOTW) and concepts for modeling OOTW led to a joint PACOM / OASD - SO/LIC conference on predicting national instabilities that might lead to OOTW.  These projects also led this OASD - SO/LIC projects.


This SO/LIC project included work on designing an OOTW impact analysis tool and supporting work on cost and force design tools for OOTW, described in the publications above.

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