Aviation Modeling and Simulation Needs and Requirements Workshop: January 27-28, 1999
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Aviation Modeling and Simulation Needs and Requirements Workshop: January 27-28, 1999

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    A two-day workshop was held at the Volpe Center on January 27-28, 1999. The purpose of the workshop was to: 1) identify and understand the requirements for analytical and planning tool initiatives that will give decision makers insight into the capacity, safety, security, environmental, and economic consequences of and transition constraints to alternative air transportation futures; 2) formulate a common understanding of the capabilities and gaps of current analytical, modeling, and simulation tools; 3) address the requirement that different model and simulation focus areas be compatible and capable of integration; and 4) establish priorities for an air transportation system analysis, modeling and simulation research agenda and develop a common understanding of roles, responsibilities, and resource requirements. Federal and academic aviation experts with extensive modeling and simulation experience attended the workshop. Concern was expressed that the workshop was titled inappropriately and that modeling and simulation needs and requirements had to be expressed in terms of the total air transportation enterprise, since such efforts have little meaning outside the context of the total system. It was agreed that the primary goal of the workshop was to provide a framework for generating a knowledge base to improve decision making by the users (air carriers, general aviation, military, general public) and providers (air traffic controllers, airport operators) of the air transportation system.
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