Team 3: Operational Synthesis Approach for the Analysis of Peace Support Operations
Choo, Chwee Seng
Lin, Kyle Y.
Ng, Ee Chong
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The team’s objective was to explore how an Operational Synthesis approach, i.e. making use of a variety of models and tools to investigate different aspects of the same problem, could improve the overall quality of the analysis. The scenario on crowd control in a stabilization operation used by Team 03 at IDFW 15 was the test case for this exploration. MANA and Automated Red Teaming (ART) were applied to identify the scenario with the most challenging demonstrator behavior. This "worst case" scenario was then represented in PAX1 to investigate questions related to the effect of military Rules of Engagement (RoEs) on civilians and effects of escalation caused by civilians through the use of the PAX Analysis Toolbox.
from Scythe : Proceedings and Bulletin of the International Data Farming Community, Issue 4 Workshop 16
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