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请问幻客有没有美军后勤保障仿真的资料呢?

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请幻客版主关注,谢谢了。

全球防务 >> 军事科学 >> 军队建设 >> 后勤建设

HERE I STAND!

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感谢大嘴超版关注,只是这些后勤建设方面的资料我也都翻了遍,大多泛泛而谈,真正涉及到模型算法或是仿真具体内容的基本没有。
我在网上只搜到国防部后勤局有个ICIS模型,还有提到DARPA有UltraLog 系统,不知还有没有其他模型或是更详细的信息呢?

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涉及到具体的模型怕是找不到了吧,往深里走已涉密了。
HERE I STAND!

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不好找

[ 本帖最后由 .过客. 于 2007-10-2 15:56 编辑 ]

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我也是ICIS网站死活进不去,用代理都不行,说IP不在许可范围之内,嘿嘿~

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模型?貌似比较难找到全面的介绍。。。
这方面我也在找。。。
主要我在学习战术模拟方面的知识。所以一直在寻找。。

以前,我得到一份关于美军后勤文档。里面内容很杂,我苦于没有时间去仔细研究,所以就放在一边了。

刚才看到你的帖子,翻了翻这份文档的内容。
主要是各种表格,包括人员、装备损失表格,当然有些公式。。doc文档
还有一些计算文档,用execle做的,比如移动速度计算。

不过大多数都是描述后勤部署方面的,不是模型介绍,模型不是战斗部队需要知道的,战斗部队只需要执行就是了。

所以这份文档估计不是你所需要的。

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对了,刚才找了一下。。发现我有一份软件,
美军00年12月15日出版的 oplogpln2000 的软件

我一直没有时间去研究这个软件,放我这里有年头了。。。我贴个readme文档,你看看是否有用。。不过,我没研究出如何使用。。。惭愧。。我还是搞软件的呢。。。一直没有花时间去,,,今后我也看看。。。当初我只是得到了,就放一边了。。

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OPLOGPLN 2000 (Version 2.20)                                        15 Dec 00            

                        * * * I M P O R T A N T * * *

PLEASE READ THIS FILE IN ITS ENTIRETY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO INSTALL AND
RUN OPLOGPLN FOR THE FIRST TIME OR BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO UPGRADE AN
EXISTING PROGRAM.

*****************************************************************************
*                     ATTENTION EXISTING OPLOGPLN USERS                     *
*                                                                           *
*  IMPORTANT:  If you are upgrading from OPLOGPLN '98 or '99 and wish to    *
*  retain your Custom Units, Task Organizations, Area Profiles, Mission     *
*  Parameter Sets and Orders, please follow the upgrade instructions below. *
*                                                                           *
*****************************************************************************

TABLE OF CONTENTS
-----------------
   INTRODUCTION
   AUTHORITY
   DATA STATEMENT
   DISTRIBUTION LIMITED TO DOD
   WHAT IS OPLOGPLN 2000
   WHAT'S NEW IN OPLOGPLN 2000
   SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
   Y2K STATEMENT
   NEW INSTALLATION
   UPGRADE INSTRUCTIONS
   PRINTERS
   OPLOGPLN 2000 INSTRUCTIONS
   NOTES ON OPLOGPLN 2000 OPERATION
   TRANSFERRING OPLOGPLN DATA TO ANOTHER COMPUTER
   ATTENTION NOVELL NETWARE USERS!!!
   PROBLEMS, QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, ETC.
   SUPPLY CLASS QUESTIONS
   RELEASE NOTES


INTRODUCTION
------------
Welcome to the 2000-2001 release of the OPerations LOGistics PLaNner program,
or OPLOGPLN 2000 for short.  Please take a few minutes to read the following
notes, which will assist you in getting started.


AUTHORITY
---------
OPLOGPLN 2000 is an authorized product of the U.S. Army Combined Arms Support
Command (CASCOM) containing the latest Department of the Army approved
planning factors.  CASCOM, on behalf of Commander, TRADOC, is the agent for
the HQDA ODCSLOG for Army logistics planning factors as specified in
AR 700-8.  Data in OPLOGPLN 2000 is valid through 31 Dec 2001 unless sooner
rescinded.


DATA STATEMENT
--------------
While the data contained within OPLOGPLN 2000 is officially approved by the
Department of the Army, it has been formatted specifically for use by the
OPLOGPLN 2000 program.  It is, therefore, NOT appropriate for use as a data
source for other projects.  If you need official planning data for a project
you are working on, please contact the CASCOM Planning Data Branch at
(804) 765-0666 (DSN 539-0666) or see the Planning Data Branch page on the
CASCOM web site at http://www.cascom.lee.army.mil/multi/Combat/Planning_Data/
Planning_Data_Points_of_Contact.


DISTIBUTION LIMITED TO DOD
--------------------------
OPLOGPLN 2000 Version 2.20 is the 2000-2001 worldwide release of this
established supply usage estimation program.  We strongly recommend the
3-disk set be reproduced for local distribution, but it should NOT be used
outside the Department of Defense without authorization from CASCOM.


WHAT IS OPLOGPLN 2000
---------------------
OPLOGPLN 2000 is a computer-based program designed to assist logistics
planners in calculating supply usage estimates in support of operations.
OPLOGPLN 2000 allows the logistician to calculate supply estimates by class
of supply, specifically supply classes I, II, III (Bulk and Packaged), IV,
V (Conventional and Bulk), VI, VII, VIII, and water.  (Class IX is not
available at this time.)

OPLOGPLN 2000 is designed specifically to support operations typically
associated with multi-phase operation plans (OPLAN) and operation
orders (OPORD).  The user creates UNITS based on standard Tables of
Organization and Equipment (TOE) and maps these units into TASK
ORGANIZATIONS.  The TASK ORGANIZATIONS can then be assigned to a
multi-phase ORDER and assigned user-developed MISSION PARAMETER SETS
(which essentially describe the conditions under which the TASK
ORGANIZATION operates).  Reports can then provide supply consumption
by UNIT, by TASK ORGANIZATION, by PHASE, and by ORDER.


WHAT'S NEW IN OPLOGPLN 2000
---------------------------
OPLOGPLN 2000 Version 2.20 is strictly a TOE data update of its predecessor
(OPLOGPLN '99 Version 2.10).

1)  TOE DATABASE UPDATED.  The CASCOM-provided TOE database has
been completely updated to include all published (DA-approved) TOEs as of
3 Nov 2000.  This encompasses the April 2000 Consolidated Table Update (CTU).
The units have been modernized by applying all BOIP changes with system
dates up to and including 12/31/2000.

2)  RATE FILES UNCHANGED.  As of the date of release, official rate files
contained in OPLOGPLN 2000 remain unchanged from OPLOGPLN '99.  As newer
rates become available, the OPLOGPLN rate files will be updated.


SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
-------------------
OPLOGPLN 2000 requires an IBM-compatible PC with an Intel 80386 processor or
higher, 4 MB or more of RAM and at least 45 MB of free hard drive space
(30 MB for installation, 10 MB for swap files and at least 5 MB for user files).
OPLOGPLN 2000 is a DOS-based program and will run under MS-DOS 3.3 or higher
(MS-DOS 5.0 or higher recommended).  It will also run as a DOS program under
Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT 4.0, and
Windows 2000.


Y2K STATEMENT
-------------
OPLOGPLN 2000 does not use the date as a basis for any of its calculations.
Therefore, there are no known problems with OPLOGPLN 2000 with respect to
Year 2000 (Y2K) issues.


NEW INSTALLATION
----------------
To install OPLOGPLN 2000 for the first time, perform the following steps:

NOTE: The following assumes your hard drive is C:.  To install to a
different hard drive, substitute the appropriate drive letter in place
of C.

1)  If you are running under Windows 3.1, 95, or 98, exit back to MS-DOS
before continuing.  Windows NT 4.0 users, click on Start | Programs |
Command Prompt.  Windows ME and Windows 2000 users, click on Start |
Programs | Accessories | Command Prompt.  

2)  At the DOS/Command prompt, type C: and press ENTER.

3)  Then type MD \OPLOGPLN and press ENTER.  (This will create a
subdirectory/folder called OPLOGPLN under the root directory.  You may use
another directory name if you wish.)

4)  Type CD \OPLOGPLN and press ENTER.  (This will place you in the newly
created subdirectory.  If you used a different directory name, adjust
the command accordingly.)

5)  Place DISK #1 of OPLOGPLN in your A: or B: drive, as appropriate.

6)  Type A:OPLOG2-1 (or B:OPLOG2-1, as appropriate) and press ENTER.  (This
will decompress a number of files onto your hard drive.)

7)  Place DISK #2 of OPLOGPLN in your A: or B: drive, as appropriate.

8)  Type A:OPLOG2-2 (or B:OPLOG2-2, as appropriate) and press ENTER.  (This
will decompress several more files onto your hard drive.)

9)  Place DISK #3 of OPLOGPLN in your A: or B: drive, as appropriate.

10) Type ABASESPT (or BBASESPT, as appropriate) and press ENTER.  
(Several more files will be placed on your hard drive.)

NOTE:  Windows NT and Windows 2000 users:  skip to step 14 below.

11) Using any text editor (such as the EDIT command that comes
with DOS 5 and higher or NOTEPAD in Windows) to edit the CONFIG.SYS file
in your C: drive's root directory and change the FILES= statement to
FILES=99 (or higher).  If there is no FILES= statement (unlikely),
then add FILES=99 to the CONFIG.SYS file.  In the even more unlikely
event of not even having a CONFIG.SYS file (possible, but unusual, under
Windows 95), simply create a text file called CONFIG.SYS in the root
directory and add the line FILES=99.  In any case, save the edited file
and exit your editor.

12) If your computer has less than 4MB of memory and/or OPLOGPLN 2000
does not start up correctly, you can try the following:  Use your text
editor (e.g., EDIT) to edit the AUTOEXEC.BAT file in your C: drive's
root directory and add the following line anywhere in the file:

   SET DOS4GVM=MINMEM#1024 MAXMEM#2048 VIRTUALSIZE#8192

Save the edited file and exit your editor.

13) Reboot your computer to allow the new settings to take effect.

14) WINDOWS NT AND WINDOWS 2000 USERS ONLY:  Type EXIT and press ENTER to
close the Command Prompt Window.  Using the NOTEPAD program (Start |
Programs | Accessories | Notepad) edit the CONFIG.NT file found
(typically) in the C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32 folder and change the FILES= statement
to read FILES=99 (or higher).  Save the edited file and exit NOTEPAD.

15) To run OPLOGPLN 2000 from a DOS/Command prompt, change to the directory
to which it was installed (e.g., CD \OPLOGPLN), type OPLOGPLN and press
ENTER.  Windows 3.1 users click on File | Run in Program Manager and then
type C:\OPLOGPLN\OPLOGPLN or, if desired, create a Program Item for
OPLOGPLN in a Program Group.  Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000 users can click
Start | Run | C:\OPLOGPLN\OPLOGPLN or, if desired, create a Shortcut on
the Start Menu or on the Desktop.  (Consult applicable Windows
documentation for procedures.)


UPGRADE INSTRUCTIONS
--------------------
To install OPLOGPLN 2000 over an existing copy of OPLOGPLN '98 or
OPLOGPLN '99 without losing your custom units, task organizations, area
profiles, mission parameter sets, and/or orders, perform the following steps:

NOTE: The following assumes your hard drive is C: and your previous copy of
OPLOGPLN is installed in C:\OPLOGPLN.  To upgrade to a different location,
substitute the appropriate drive letter and directory/folder in place of
C: and C:\OPLOGPLN.

1)  If you are running under Windows 3.1, Windows 95 or Windows 98, exit
back to MS-DOS before continuing.  Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 users,
execute the commands to achieve a Command Prompt.

2)  At the DOS/Command prompt, type C: and press ENTER.

3)  Type CD \OPLOGPLN and press ENTER.  (This will place you in the
OPLOGPLN subdirectory/folder.  If you used a different directory name,
adjust the command accordingly.)

4)  Type MD OLDFILES and press ENTER. (This will create a
subdirectory/folder called OLDFILES under the OPLOGPLN directory.)

5)  Type COPY CPROFILE.DBF OLDFILES and press ENTER.

6)  Type COPY CPROFILE.MDX OLDFILES and press ENTER.

7)  Type COPY CSRCLINQ.DBF OLDFILES and press ENTER.

8)  Type COPY CSRCLINQ.MDX OLDFILES and press ENTER.

9)  Type COPY CSRCLIST.DBF OLDFILES and press ENTER.

10)  Type COPY CSRCLIST.MDX OLDFILES and press ENTER.

11)  Type COPY ORDERLST.DBF OLDFILES and press ENTER.

12)  Type COPY ORDERLST.MDX OLDFILES and press ENTER.

13)  Type COPY ORDERTAS.DBF OLDFILES and press ENTER.

14)  Type COPY ORDERTAS.MDX OLDFILES and press ENTER.

15)  Type COPY PROFILES.DBF OLDFILES and press ENTER.

16) Type COPY PROFILES.MDX OLDFILES and press ENTER.

17) Type COPY TASKORG.DBF OLDFILES and press ENTER.

18) Type COPY TASKORG.MDX OLDFILES and press ENTER.  (You will now have
fourteen files stored in C:\OPLOGPLN\OLDFILES.)

19) Place DISK #1 of OPLOGPLN in your A: or B: drive, as appropriate.
   
20) Type A:OPLOG2-1 (or B:OPLOG2-1, as appropriate) and press ENTER.  (This
will decompress a number of files onto your hard drive.)  As you are
prompted about overwriting files, answer Y in all cases.

21) Place DISK #2 of OPLOGPLN in your A: or B: drive, as appropriate.

22) Type A:OPLOG2-2 (or B:OPLOG2-2, as appropriate) and press ENTER.  (This
will decompress several more files onto your hard drive.)  As you are
prompted about overwriting files, answer Y in all cases.

23) Place DISK #3 of OPLOGPLN in your A: or B: drive, as appropriate.

24) Type ABASESPT (or B:DBASESPT, as appropriate) and press ENTER.  
(Several more files will be placed on your hard drive.)  As you are
prompted about overwriting files, answer Y in all cases.

25) Restore your old custom files by typing COPY OLDFILES\*.* and press ENTER.
If you are prompted about overwriting files, answer yes.

26) DOS, WINDOWS 3.1, WINDOWS 95, WINDOWS 98, WINDOWS ME USERS ONLY:  
Ensure that the CONFIG.SYS file in the root directory (C:\) has the line
FILES=99 in it.  If not, follow instructions 11-13 for a new installation
above.

27) WINDOWS NT/2000 USERS ONLY:  Using the NOTEPAD program (Start | Programs
| Accessories | Notepad) edit the CONFIG.NT file found (typically) in the
C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32 folder and check the FILES= statement to ensure that it
reads FILES=99 (or higher).  Save any edited file, as necessary, and
exit NOTEPAD.

28) To run OPLOGPLN 2000 from a DOS/Command prompt, change to the directory
to which it was installed (e.g., CD \OPLOGPLN), type OPLOGPLN and press ENTER.
Windows 3.1 users click on File | Run in Program Manager and then type
C:\OPLOGPLN\OPLOGPLN or, if desired, create a Program Item for OPLOGPLN in a
Program Group.  Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000 users can click Start | Run |
C:\OPLOGPLN\OPLOGPLN or, if desired, create a Shortcut on the Start Menu or on
the Desktop.  (Consult applicable Windows documentation for procedures.)


PRINTERS
--------
OPLOGPLN 2000 comes pre-configured for an HP-compatible laser printer.
If you are using an Epson/IBM-Compatible dot matrix printer or
a HP-Compatible DeskJet printer, then go to the "rinter Selection"
option of the "Utilities" menu to change your printer selection prior
to using any of the print-related function.  If your printer is connected
or mapped to a port other than LPT1, you can so-indicate there as well.

If you do not have a printer connected, you may still use OPLOGPLN 2000,
but you will not be able to select any of the menu options having to do
with printing until you connect a printer and place it on line.

Windows NT/2000 Users:  If you are using a network printer on a Windows NT
network, you must modify your startup procedures to create a link to the
network printer.  First, go to a Command Prompt by issuing the command
Start | Programs | Command Prompt.  From the Command Prompt issue the
command NET USE LPT1: \\computername\printername where "computername"
is the name of the host computer and "printername" is the name of the
shared printer.  Then, from the same Command Prompt, change directory
to your OPLOGPLN directory and start the OPLOGPLN program by entering
OPLOGPLN and pressing ENTER.  If the NET USE command is unfamiliar to
you, you should contact your network support person for assistance.
To automate this process, you may want to create a short batch file
that contains, for example, the following four lines:
  NET USE LPT1: \\computername\printername
  C:
  CD \OPLOGPLN
  OPLOGPLN
Then, you can execute the batch file to map the printer and start
OPLOGPLN.  If this procedure is foreign to you, contact a computer
support person for assistance.


OPLOGPLN 2000 INSTRUCTIONS
--------------------------
Instructions for OPLOGPLN 2000 can be found under the "Help" option of
the main menu.  You may browse the instructions on-line or print them
out, provided you have a printer connected.  Printing out the entire help
system will provide you with a hard copy user's manual.


NOTES ON OPLOGPLN 2000 OPERATION
--------------------------------
The following notes help explain some areas of OPLOGPLN 2000 which may
cause some initial confusion:

    A.  Focus of OPLOGPLN 2000.  The focus of OPLOGPLN 2000 is on the
creation and processing of an ORDER.  No calculations can be made
without having first created an ORDER.  In order to create an ORDER,
the user has to complete several preliminary steps, including:

        1.  Creating the individual UNITS that will be used by the task
organizations in the order.
        2.  Creating the TASK ORGANIZATIONS that will be used in the order.
You must create units before you can create TASK ORGANIZATIONS.
        3.  Creating the MISSION PARAMETER SETS that will be used in the
order.

    B.  Use of the ESC key.  Throughout OPLOGPLN 2000, the ESC key may be
used to "back out" of what you are doing.  In many cases, it is the same
as "Quit" or "Return to Menu".  There are exceptions, however, and those
are when you are asked to input quantities of LINs in a unit or quantities
of units in a task organization.  During these procedures you will be
placed in a full screen edit mode and asked to scroll through a list of
items, entering numbers representing quantities next to each of these
items.  When you are through entering quantities, you will use the ESC
key to leave the edit screen and return to the menu.  In these cases, your
changes will be appropriately saved and the message at the bottom of the
screen will remind you to use ESC to "Save" your changes.  (Note:  In the
case of these full screen edits be certain to press ENTER for the last
entry you are making before pressing ESC, or the last entry you made will
not be recorded.)

    C.  Use of Y/N/Q.  In many cases you will be presented with a question
and given the option of "Y/N/Q".  These refer to "Yes", "No", and "Quit"
respectively.  The "Yes" option will accept changes and allow you to
continue.  The "No" option will allow you to return to the screen just
prior to the Y/N/Q question to make further changes.  Finally, the "Quit"
option will exit the screen and discard any changes you made.

    D.  Creating Units.  Units are keyed to the UNIT NAME, not the SRC.
The SRC is provided for reference purposes only.  When you create a unit,
OPLOGPLN 2000 will check to ensure that the unit name is unique.  If it
isn't, you will be given the opportunity to change the name.

    E.  Theater Abbreviations Used in Mission Parameter Sets.  The
following list of theater abbreviations are used in the creation of
Mission Parameter Sets:

       NEA         = Northeast Asia (Korea)
       SWA         = Southwest Asia (Mid-East)
       OTHER (AVG) = All Else (Generally the midpoint between NEA and SWA)

    F.  If you receive a "Too Many Files" message when running OPLOGPLN,
this is caused by the CONFIG.SYS or CONFIG.NT file not having the line
FILES=99 in it.  See the installation instructions above for more information.


TRANSFERRING OPLOGPLN DATA TO ANOTHER COMPUTER
----------------------------------------------
Many users have asked how to transfer data from one computer running
OPLOGPLN to another.  Unfortunately, OPLOGPLN has no "export" capability,
so the following steps can be used.   WARNING:  This procedure will
completely OVERWRITE any work done on the destination computer system.

The following files are considered the user files of OPLOGPLN and are all that
need by copied to transfer custom-created data from one OPLOGPLN computer to
another:

     CPROFILE DBF  (Mission Parameter Sets)
     CPROFILE MDX
     CSRCLINQ DBF  (Units w/LINs)
     CSRCLINQ MDX
     CSRCLIST DBF  (Units)
     CSRCLIST MDX
     ORDERLST DBF  (Orders)
     ORDERLST MDX
     ORDERTAS DBF  (Orders w/Task Organizations)
     ORDERTAS MDX
     PROFILES DBF  (Area Profiles)
     PROFILES MDX
     TASKORG  DBF  (Task Organizations)
     TASKORG  MDX

NOTE:  Copying the above files is also all that is necessary to create a
backup of key user data.


ATTENTION NOVELL NETWARE USERS!!!
---------------------------------
We have reports of problems running OPLOGPLN under some installations of
Novell Netware.  The problem appears to be a combination of the use of
Netware Virtual Loadable Modules (VLMs), the SHARE command in AUTOEXEC.BAT,
and the version of the dBASE IV Compiler used to create OPLOGPLN.  The most
common symptom of this problem is a "Disk Full" message when starting the
program, even though the hard drive is not full.  The only workaround that
we are aware of at this time is to log off of Netware and run OPLOGPLN in
a stand-alone mode.  We apologize for this inconvenience.  If any of our
users find a more "permanent" solution, we would appreciate hearing from
you.


PROBLEMS, QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, ETC.
-----------------------------------
If you encounter any problems using OPLOGPLN 2000,, please note what you
were doing when the problem occurred and any screen messages that may have
appeared and report them to:

    E-Mail:          oplogpln@lee.army.mil

    World Wide Web:  http://www.cascom.lee.army.mil/multi/Combat/
                     Operations_Logistics_Planner/

    Postal Address:  FORCE DEVELOPMENT DIVISION
                     DIR OF CBT DEVS CBT SVC SPT
                     700 QUARTERS ROAD SUITE 210
                     FT LEE VA 23801-1703

    Phone:           DSN 539-0666  Commercial (804) 765-0666
    Fax:             DSN 539-4993  Commercial (804) 765-4993

Any questions, comments, or suggestions you may have may also be addressed
as above.

If you received this copy of OPLOGPLN 2000 from other than CASCOM and you
wish to request an official copy, please address your inquiry to the
address above.


SUPPLY CLASS QUESTIONS
----------------------
Questions you may have concerning specific supply class issues can be
directed to the CASCOM Planning Data Branch at (804) 765-0666
(DSN 539-0666).  For a current list of Points of Contact, visit the
Planning Data Branch page on the CASCOM web site at
http://www.cascom.lee.army.mil/multi/Combat/Planning_Data/
Planning_Data_Points_of_Contact.


RELEASE NOTES
-------------
Version 2.20 - 12 Dec 00 - Initial release of OPLOGPLN 2000

Version 2.10 - 15 Oct 99 - Initial release of OPLOGPLN '99

Version 2.01 - 24 Jun 98 - Corrected rate file entries and relaxed
   restrictions on quantity of a given type Class I ration.

Version 2.00 -  6 Apr 98 - Initial release of OPLOGPLN '98.

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