DETERMINING THE EFFICACY OF NUCLEAR SECURITY THROUGH COMPUTER SIMULATION
39th Annual CNS-CNA Student Conference - 2015 June 01


Presented at:
39th Annual CNS-CNA Student Conference
2015 June 01
Location:
Toronto, Canada
Session Title:
Student Session

Authors:
N. Chornoboy (UOIT)
E. Waller (UOIT)
  

Abstract

Currently when creating new security regimes or analyzing current ones it is difficult to determine how effective they are or will be. This leads to many decisions being made using subjective expert opinion or expensive live exercises. While these are useful for determining the effectiveness it would be ideal to have an easy way to simulate and attack through software in order to allow rapid testing of many different scenarios simply. This work focuses on modifying the force on force simulator stage to run these kinds of tests.

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