Team 1: Peace Support Operations with the PAX Model
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The new PAX features allow for more realistic scenarios which are easy to set up. The different experimental designs (NOLH and gridded design) help to figure out important parameters. It is possible to measure the influence of parameters the peace keeping forces can actively change and to gain insight into the different possible outcomes of an operation depending on these parameters. Suggestions for improvements could be found and working in a multinational group helped broaden the view. The PAX team attended all plenary sessions which gave insight into other ongoing work.
from Scythe : Proceedings and Bulletin of the International Data Farming Community, Issue 1 Workshop 13
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