Remote Collaboration and Simulation Model for Weapons Development Based on Logistic

Li Suike*, Bai Sijun, Wang Xubo, Guo Yuntao
School of Management, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi'an, 710129, P.R. China

© 2014 Suike et al

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The Logistic model and simulation algorithms in the ecological species were introduced to analyze the remote collaborative structure of weapons model development and the equilibrium and stability condition of its mode. The weapons development remote collaborative structure was designed, and two collaborative logistic models of the model development was built as “O—A” and “A—A”. The stability conditions of two modes were calculated and policy implications were analyzed, dynamic evolution of the collaborative model was simulated by numerical simulation. Simulation results show that the stability of weapons development remote collaborative are closely related to research unit in collaboration with status, intrinsic growth rate, initial size and the maximum amount of output. The policy recommendations were given out for the weapons development units in remote collaboration with two types of collaborative mode under stable conditions.

Keywords: Logistic, remote collaboration model, simulation, weapon development.