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1.1 Incentive for the work
1.2 Present deficiencies
1.2.1 Opinions on EWSP
1.2.2 The position of other stakeholders
1.2.3 The EWSP communication gap
1.2.4 Change of attitude
1.3 Objective of work
1.3.1 The problem and the need for a solution
1.3.2 Objectives of work
1.3.3 Methodology
1.3.4 Comments to the objectives
1.4 Overview of the present work
1.4.1 Information types, classification, and reliability
1.4.2 Tentative idea on information for the present work
1.4.3 Specific and generic threat scenarios
1.4.4 Organization of the present work
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Research method
2.3 Tools for analysis and synthesis
2.3.1 Quantitative vs. qualitative approaches
2.3.2 Modeling vs. simulation
2.3.3 Alternatives for further study
2.3.4 Traditional methods
2.3.5 Word-and-arrow diagrams
2.3.6 Checkland’s soft system methodology
2.3.7 Forrester system dynamics
2.3.8 Tools for mathematical computation
2.4 Conclusions on methods
3.1 Helicopters and armed conflicts
3.1.1 Development of battlefield helicopters
3.1.2 Strengths of helicopters
3.1.3 Weaknesses of helicopters
3.1.4 Development trends
3.1.5 Conclusions on helicopters
3.2 The battlefield
3.2.1 Conflicts and threats
3.2.2 Helicopter operations and tactics
3.2.3 Conclusions and implications for EWSP
3.3 Survivability
3.3.1 Review of survivability concepts
3.3.2 Susceptibility
3.3.3 Additional considerations on survivability
3.3.4 Conclusions and implications for EWSP
3.4 Phenomenology
3.4.1 Overview
3.4.2 Helicopter signatures
3.4.3 Background signatures
4.1.2 Non-terminal threat systems
4.1.3 Terminal threats: static systems
4.1.4 Terminal threats: mobile systems
Small arms fire and RPGs
Artillery and MBTs
Anti-aircraft guns and SPAAGs
Aircraft rockets and guns
Directed energy weapons
4.1.5 Terminal threats: propagators and fuzes
4.1.6 Threat system development trends
4.1.7 Conclusions and implications for EWSP
4.2 Threat technology
4.2.1 Overview
4.2.2 EO sensors
IR sensor and seeker technology
Laser technology and guidance
4.2.3 RF sensors
4.2.4 Threat timelines
4.2.5 Threat technology development trends
4.2.6 Opportunities for electronic countermeasures
4.2.7 Conclusions and implications for EWSP
4.3 EWSP countermeasure technology
4.3.1 The scope of EWSP countermeasure technology
4.3.2 Warning system technology
General requirements on warning systems
Radar warning receivers
Missile warning systems
Laser warning receivers
4.3.3 Countermeasure technology
General requirements on countermeasures
EO countermeasures
4.3.4 Warning and countermeasure development trends and issues
4.3.5 Extended discussion on threats and countermeasures
4.3.6 Conclusions on EWSP countermeasure technology
4.4 Conclusions on threats and countermeasures
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Support factors
5.2.1 Support functions
EW support center
Mission planning and execution
The EWSP life cycle
5.2.2 Aircrew factors
5.2.3 Decision-making on EWSP
5.2.4 Conclusions on support functions
5.3 EWSP systems factors
5.3.1 EWSP architecture and aircraft installation
5.3.2 Validation and verification
Modeling and simulation
Test and evaluation
Aircrew training
5.3.3 Conclusions on EWSP systems factors
5.4 Interactions and quantification
5.4.1 Interactions
5.4.2 Quantification
5.5 Conclusions on EWSP systems and support issues
6.1 The legacy of earlier chapters
6.2 Aspects of holism in the EWSP context
6.2.1 Introduction
6.2.2 Temporal bounds
6.2.3 Hierarchic bounds
6.2.4 The fallacy of the bounded time/hierarchy domain
6.3 Revisiting the tentative idea for the present work
6.4 The top-down view on EWSP
6.5 Modeling the EWSP capability level
6.5.1 The conceptual model
6.5.2 The problem
6.5.3 Discussion on the Capability Model
6.5.4 Discussion on Capability Model simulations
6.5.5 Lessons from building the Capability Model
6.6 Modeling the EWSP campaign level
6.6.1 Conceptualization
6.6.2 Discussion on the Campaign Model
6.6.3 Discussion of simulation results
6.7.1 Conceptualization
6.7.2 Discussion on the Mission Model
6.7.3 Discussion on simulations and results
6.8.1 The survivability paradigm
6.8.2 Additional observations
7.1 Description of results
7.1.1 Recollection of objectives
7.1.2 Description of results in the light of the objectives
Objective 2: Uniting information on and factors contributing to EWSP
Objective 3: Tools or methodologies for communication on EWSP
Objective 1: Improved understanding on EWSP of battlefield helicopters
Objective 4: The notion “holistic view on EWSP of battlefield helicopters”
Secondary objectives
Discussion on other issues of concern
Discussion on the bottom-up approach
Summary of experiences from FSD
7.2 Importance of results, generality, author’s contribution
7.2.1 Importance of results
7.2.2 Generality of the work
7.2.3 Author’s contribution
7.3 Conclusion, suggestion for further research
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