The development of the agent-based sensor and effector
model ABSEM was started in 2008 by EADS on behalf of the
German Federal Office of Defence Technology and
Procurement. Since then it has been continuously enhanced ...
Understanding the social behavioral characteristics of the
population in irregular warfare operations presents a major
challenge to the defense modeling and simulation
communities. However, a clear need has been ...
The Bundeswehr Transformation Center is examining how
M&S can effectively support CD&E projects related to Peace
Support Operations (PSO). Human Factors and Human
Behavior analyses have proven to be highly relevant ...
This Team participated in an ongoing study to examine the
utility of distillation modeling in the Counter-IED
(Improvised Explosive Devices) fight. In
September, as part of that study, an Agent-Based
The NATO Modeling and Simulation Group has approved
an exploratory team to examine the veracity of forming a
task group to examine data farming in support of NATO.
This exploratory team, called ET-029, continued its ...
The development of modeling and simulation (M&S) to
support Total Life Cycle Management (TLCM) is complex
and requires a close examination of the factors involved and
results obtained. The insights derived from M&S ...
As the focus of the United States military shifts from
conventional warfare toward irregular warfare, interest has
grown in the development of models that can simulate social
behavior as it pertains to military ...
This study investigated a counter-piracy scenario using
MANA V in conjunction with the data farming process to
explore options for defending a large vessel, relying
principally on non-lethal deterrents.
Both traditional and asymmetric threats continue to pose
challenges to any combatant commander in a Stability,
Security, Transition, and Reconstruction (SSTR) Operation.
Limited threats that were once confined to ...
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