Team 2: Representing the Civilian Population in Urban Stability Operations
Ming, Tiah Yao
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Armed forces across the globe are conducting stability operations to establish enduring political systems in former crisis regions. A goal of stability operations is to influence civilian attitudes in favor of the host nation (HN) government and the stabilization forces. To better understand the dynamics of civilian attitudes, experts have developed analytic models to represent civilian behaviors and reactions to changes in the cultural and societal landscape. Further research is required to integrate concepts from various analytic models to explore the complexity of civilian behaviors. Our team’s goal for IDFW 15 was to develop rudimentary agent-based simulation models of civilian behaviors that integrate concepts from selected analytic models.
from Scythe : Proceedings and Bulletin of the International Data Farming Community, Issue 6 Workshop 18
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