The Operation Modelling project is the software for "Math Methods In History" research direction. Mathematical methods are applied in many "parts" of history. One of the most important historical object types is war, and the most important and interesting part of war is battle. Usual historians analyse battles qualitatively. This approach gives no reliability. We are analysing battles with help of mathematics and it gives us much more reliable results.
There are many different mathematical approaches to description of battles. They depend on what type of battle is being described, what approximations are made and what we want to achieve. Our research is designated to battles with large quantities of units (See current mathematical paper for details). This dynamics of averages description gives well-known Lanchester equations in the simpliest case. This method can be used not only in history, but in physics(hydrodynamics, electrodynamics of plasma, etc), economics, etc -- for many problems with large amount of units(particles). Rigorous proof of this method can be done using theory of stochastic processes. I intend to do it in my next math paper.
There is another way of proving: conducting experiment. One of the main purposes of Opsmodelling is conducting such numerical experiment. This experiment consists of two parts: