Team 9: Using Agent Based Simulation to Mimic a Specific Human's Decisions
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Question: Can agent-based simulation provide calibrated command agents for co-adaptive synthetic environment research? The Calibration and Validation Process for complex adaptive system simulation provides an iterative methodology to calibrate agent behavior within a simulation. This methodology can provide a platform for the development of co-adaptive systems in agent-based simulation by calibrating a command agent that senses the battlefield and makes decisions much like a targeted human commander. This group will develop a simple scenario in netlogo that uses a command agent to replicate a human commander’s simple battlefield decisions such as retreat, attack, and commit the reserve. The expected result will be a simple co-adaptive combat scenario that can be calibrated to a particular real commander’s decision style or profile.
from Scythe : Proceedings and Bulletin of the International Data Farming Community, Issue 1 Workshop 13
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