Human Social Culture Behavior (HSCB) Modeling Standards Study Group Investigations: Objectives and Early Findings
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Research and development efforts in modeling and simulation are increasingly focusing on the modeling of human societies, culture, and behavior for improved gaming experiences, analytical and decision tools, training, experimentation, and many other purposes. The rapid growth in this area is creating increasing demands for data, models, tools, and techniques. To investigate the potential need for standards or best practices in this area, the Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization (SISO) approved establishment of the Human Social Culture Behavior (HSCB) Modeling Standards Study Group. The Study Group kicked off technical activities at the Fall 2010 Simulation Interoperability Workshop. This paper describes objectives of the Study Group and provides a summary of the various technical activities that are in progress to gather information for the Study Group. Additional details and current status of these activities are provided in separate papers being presented in the Spring 2011 SIW.
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